Set in beautiful British Columbia, this is a film about four new siblings that are being forced to bond in the wilderness. I found this film surprisingly uplifting. Lost Wilderness shows you those raw emotions that children often face as their parents make a choice to blend two families as one. It is often difficult for children to look away from the past and look to what might be in the future. Similar to their journey to the waterfall, the journey to become a blended family can be just as difficult.
If you are just starting out your journey as a blended family or even a seasoned one, I highly recommend you plan a family movie night and watch this film together.
Two families dealing with death and divorce are pressured to bond together during an outdoor vacation. The four would-be siblings wander out of bounds on their ATV’s in search of an ancient relic. They soon find themselves lost in the woods and ill equipped to deal not only with the rugged terrain but the emotional pain they brought with them. The epic stunning locations serve as a metaphor for the seductive beauty of the relationships together with the perils and challenges that can be found within them. This is a story of hope and overcoming, full of humor and fun. It’s a coming of age tale not only for kids but for parents as well.
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Disclosure: I was provided with a digital copy to facilitate my review, all opinions are my own.