post good /out/-related movies
this one always give me the chills
>no one has posted this yet
>but they posted the one with that idiot who died of rabbit starvation
You shame your families and your dishonor should haunt you and your children forever.
>rites of passage
>learning about yourself and others
>all while /out/
this movie actually chafed my tits and rustled my jimmies a little. it was cool for a bit, but the characters were painfully simplistic, supercilious, and unreal (even though a big effort was seemingly made to make them seem "real"). it was okay, cool adventure and daunting af †bh ƒam, but kinda dumb
thanks for the recommendation. great movie.
I genuinly felt amazingly happy for the guy at the end and I was like
>"fucking Joe, you fucking did it!!
Also watching the rest of this thread this week
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga
>Full movie on youtube, part 1 link related
Based /out/ film of all time. Not a movie, but a documentary. Was totally blown away. The dog's goofy smile as it literally choses to RUN 100km home beside the snowmobiles and sled for the sheer fun of it, totally got me. Damn dog was so happy to run 100 miles.
>dog related (Winter, pt 4)
Trust me /out/ watch this, most real and fun you will ever have watchin people do hardcore Russian woodsman stuff
nobody said it was surreal anon. what are you shrooming?
People like you make me question intelligence. The dog didn't choose to do the whole 100 KM (pretty sure it was closer to 150 KM but whatever) trip by running, it's more like he didn't have a choice because his owner didn't allow him on the snowmobile. The narrator even points this out to emphasize this exact point. There are also a lot of times the focus is on how these hunters treat their dogs. Some good, some bad.
Overall, it's a good movie for sure, but I'm just blown away by your ignorance. You think a dog wants to run that far nonstop? You don't think it'd be better for him to be able to ride on the snowmobile as well after the little food he was probably given? I'm not going to start screaming animal abuse, but there is a part of the film where one of the hunters gives his dog literally nothing, like the smallest scraps you could barely see, and that's all his food for the day.
You know how I know youre a millenial? Reading and viewing comprehension.
Narrator " You can never make a dog ride in a sled. IT would rather pull a sled itself"
Cut to a the dog happily running beside the snowmobile for 100km
You know what, its literally not even worth it to argue with millenials. I could literally point out the exact time, the exact words, in the video, and you would have virtually zero comprehension of what you were watching. Literally anyone outside of your age group could clearly see the intent of the scene was to show the laika dogs insistence on chasing the sled, rather than riding in it. Its nature as a work dog first, guides it to this action. I literally have no idea how you form ideas or how you get through reading for viewing anything whatsoever, when you struggle with even the most basic concepts daily.
>You think a dog wants to run that far nonstop? You don't think it'd be better for him to be able to ride on the snowmobile as well after the little food he was probably given? I'm not going to start screaming animal abuse, but there is a part of the film where one of the hunters gives his dog literally nothing, like the smallest scraps you could barely see, and that's all his food for the day.
youre catastrophically stupid, and you missed the entire point of this documentary. These animals are born and bred for this lifestyle, a direct comparison to the harsh environment they are raised in. I have no idea how you failed to grasp this concept, i really dont. But i included the link and the time for you so maybe you can try to learn something. Struggle more you fucking idiot
>pic related, its the dog willingly running along, because its the dogs nature, and training. Directly after the narrator explicitly states how you cannot MAKE the dog ride in the sled.
>Narrator " You can never make a dog ride in a sled. It would rather pull a sled itself"
The narrator even points this out to emphasize this exact point. The dog willfully runs beside, it is the dogs nature to do this. to run and work , rather than any sort of leisure.
>but there is a part of the film where one of the hunters gives his dog literally nothing, like the smallest scraps you could barely see, and that's all his food for the day.
it is literally explicitly stated in the film he feeds the "dog its fill in the morning" so it isnt dragging belly all day in the field. He is an expert dog trainer and hunter. I have no idea how you struggled so hard with documentary.
YOU LITERALLY HAD A VOICEOVER CLEARLY EXPLAINING EVERYTHING SCENE FOR SCENE, IN ENGLISH NO LESS.
this is the same kinda shit people used to say to justify slavery
>"you can never make the negro ride in a sled. It would rather pull a sled itself"
literally the happiest dog Ive ever seen. probably on like mile 90.
i cry erry tim