Kayla (1997)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Family


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Sam, the 12 year old son of a famous missing polar explorer, has despaired. His mother has married again and moved with him and her new husband to the wasteland of Canada. He doesn't like ... See full summary »


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7 March 2016 | mikhen-37536
5
| Needs dubbed in a few places
The movie is OK, kind of slow at first, but picks up. It is about a boy who has lost his father in an unknown sledding / exploration accident and wishes he could find him.

His mother remarries and they move up north and the boy thinks he found his fathers dog.

Neighbors are upset because wild dogs are mating with wolves and killing livestock.

Some exciting things happen for the boy and the ending is very good.

I am giving it 5 stars instead of 10 because it used "G**D***" twice and several other curse words. SO it is not Family Friendly.

I would give it a higher rating if the movie was dubbed to remove the unnecessary filthy language.

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Drama | Family

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Release Date:

1997

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, Germany

Filming Locations

Quebec, Canada

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