A sled dog is fighting for survival in the wild in Yukon.
Chris Sanders author:
Michael Green (screenshot by), Jack London (based on the novel by) Stars:
Harrison Ford, Omar Sy, Cara Gee | The Call of the Wild is a lively story of Buck, a great and kind, intersection of St. Bernard and Scotch Collie, whose reckless leisure life suddenly appeared when he was abducted from his home in Santa Clara County, California and deported north, for sale in Skagway, Alaska, and transported further north, to Dawson City, Yukon, at the end of Klondike Gold Rush in the 1890s, when strong sled dogs were in demand. As a newcomer to the dog team’s delivery service – and not as long as their front runner – Buck, a dog like no other, was spoiled and had suffered, but could not break, a time in his life. Forced to fight for survival, eventually by its last owner, John Thornton, near the Arctic Circle, somewhere between Yukon and Alaska, he gradually relies on his primary instincts and throws away the comforts of civilization and response to the “anger of conversation”, as his own master .