The Call of the Wild tells the story of Buck, a pet dog. His life is like a pet dog in general. Sometimes he acted and ran here and there until he almost broke things. When acting up, he is often prohibited from entering the house by his owner.
One day, there is a dog hunter who will change Buck’s life 180 degrees. He was kidnapped from his owner’s home in California and taken to the Yukon wilderness, Alaska. The abduction occurred during the Klondike Gold Fever in the 1890s. There he became a newcomer to the mailing sled dog towing squad. If you want to see the bond of friendship between this dog and its owner, you can watch this movie on https://www.filmsite.org/adventurefilms.html.
Yukon is a place that is covered by snow ice as far as the eye can see. Not only it is covered in snow which causes extreme cold, but the place is also dangerous in terms of natural disasters and wild animals. All things can happen in that place.
Some came because they were forced to, others came voluntarily to the Yukon. Voluntary arrivals to the Yukon are John Thornton, someone who wants to isolate himself. It was at Yukon that Thornton met Buck for the first time. They both seem to fit together and complement each other. Hoping for a better life and an adventure journey, they walk together following the directions of a map.
They want to go to a place that has never been visited by humans. But don’t forget, that place is very dangerous in terms of natural disasters and wild animals. However, this trip needs to be done as an effort to find independence and identity.
This film adaptation of Jack London’s classic novel is the work of the director named Chris Sanders and screenwriter Michael Green. In addition to this film, Chris Sanders is also the director of several films such as How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming (2019), The Croods (2013), and How to Train Your Dragon (2010). He is also the screenwriter for the films Mulan (1998) and Lilo & Stitch (2002).