'The Wolf's Call' ('Le Chant du loup'): Film Review

'The Wolf's Call' ('Le Chant du loup'): Film Review
Submarine movies are not usually a dime a dozen, probably because they cost more than a dime to make. But the past few years have seen a handful of submersible flicks hitting screens both big and small, including the flag-waving Gerard Butler starrer Hunter Killer and Thomas Vinterberg’s Kursk (both out in 2018), the submarine-as-pirate ship saga Black Sea, and the Shawn Ryan series Last Resort, which was a sort of Mutiny on the Bounty centered on a sub carrying ballistic warheads.

The French now enter the game with The Wolf’s Call (Le Chant du loup), tackling the genre from the highly specific angle ...
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