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The first feature film from writer/director Adam Mac Donald is based on a true story and somehow blends elements of horror and man vs.
nature into a suspense-filled, gory, survivalist tale of a messy relationship.
The park makes for an incredibly beautiful setting and a stunning backdrop for hiking and canoeing and bear fighting.
The film could have been titled "Dummies Go Camping", but really the commentary on modern relationships is probably more telling than the reminder of Nature's power. Mac Donald for including the Dwight Twilley song "Looking for the Magic" in the initial car trip great song and fitting to the theme.
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