Young Keda tries to survive alone in the wilderness after he’s left for dead during his first hunt with his Cro-Magnon tribe. He soon forms an unlikely alliance with a lone wolf that was abandoned by its pack. Facing overwhelming odds and nonstop danger, Keda and the wolf must now trek through a harsh and unforgiving landscape to make it home before winter.
What’s Good –
The acting performance and cjemistry of Kodi Smit and the wolf is mind boggling.
The vision and story of Director Albert Hughes is simply unmatched the situations the tasks and the severe odds that are portrayed are simply too good brilliance in thinking.
The story decipher 10,000 years ago how the first human canine partnership happened and thus now after eons why is the dog known as man’s best friend.
The vfx and the cinematography is simply beautiful Whoa.
What’s Bad –
The only grouse is that to show authenticity of the Paleolithic age the tribesmen speak in an ancient gibberish language which actually becomes irritating throughout the movie to keep reading subtitles.
My Verdict –
The story of How 10,000 years ago dog became man’s best friend.
My Rating – 4 of 5 stars