So I watched this on Netflix a few weeks ago.
It’s a critically acclaimed, independent film, but that’s not why I watched it.
I watched it because I “ought” to, because it has so much in common with my second book. Rugged landscapes, desperate situations, father-son relationships, snow. Even bears.
It’s sort of in the survival genre (if that’s a genre?). You know, as in To Build a Fire, where the story shows just how quickly things can go wrong when you’re out in the wilderness.
And did I mention the sound track is amazing?
Anyway, it’s very well done, and I highly recommend it.