“Beautiful and dramatic film...while simultaneously reveling in the expansive and breathtaking backdrop of the Alaskan frontier."
"A genre-defying film with an unmistakable indie spirit, a wonderful viewing experience that is both breathtaking to look at and refreshingly optimistic."
"masterful delivery of solid, well-researched characters. In a display of impressive prowess…”
"Wildlike is quietly Profound… explores an emotional and physical terrain that will steal you away”
Mackenzie, a troubled but daring teenage girl, is sent by her struggling mother to live with her uncle in Juneau, Alaska. Although Uncle seems like a supportive caretaker and friend, the relationship turns and Mackenzie is forced to run. Trying to make her way back to Seattle alone to find her absent mother, Mackenzie only winds up deeper in the Alaskan interior. Lost and with no one else to turn to, she shadows a loner backpacker, Bartlett, an unlikely father figure with scars of his own. Together, they cross the wilderness and discover sanctuary in the last frontier.