Posted in Podcasts by Gino Sassani on July 22nd, 2022
There have been many films about World War II. Some have been great. A few are considered classics. We’re entering that moment in history where we will soon lose the last remaining fighter from that war. It’s a hard subject for a small budget film, but every now and then someone comes along and pulls it off. Wolf Hound is not going to become a classic. That doesn’t mean it isn’t a stellar film. Director Michael Chait has a passion for the subject that starts with his father who was an award-winning aviator. Everything about Wolf Hound is touched by that passion. The aerial work is first rate and with minimal CGI. Don’t take my word for any of this. See the film for yourself. As for that passion. Listen to Michael Chait express that in his own words. I was honored to spend some time talking to the promising young director. Bang it here and you can listen in on my conversation with Michael Chait.