When Oz falls hard for a sexy singer who also happens to be a werewolf, he must choose between Willow and his own animal instincts.
Danny and Du Plessis suspect poachers have been killing the wildlife and take arms to root them out. Soon the Trevanions discover an even deadlier threat to the reserve, one that endangers the human residents along with the animals.
The females in the elephant compound are getting along better than those in the Trevanion household--and the first paying guests arrive at a reserve without electricity or lighting. Somehow, the rival game-reserve owner seems to have a hand in the mess.
An ex-con and his sensuous girlfriend flee from her psychotic mother and encounter a number of bizarre characters. Best Film winner at Cannes!
The Trevanions are newlyweds who fell in love after Danny (Stephen Tompkinson, Brassed Off, Ballykissangel) lost his first wife to cancer and Sarah (Amanda Holden, The Grimleys) lost hers "to a nineteen-year-old." But all is not well in the new household. Trouble simmers between Sarah and stepdaughter Rosie, still hurting from her mother's death. Danny, a suburban vet, has a better way with animals than he does with stepson Evan. And Sarah's daughter Olivia, the peacemaking third child, insists on calling Danny "Mr. Trevanion." Tired of treating pampered pets and seeking escape from domestic woes, Danny takes the family on a trip to Africa. Vacation turns to vocation, however, when they decide to restore a rundown game reserve deep in the African bush. As the Trevanions help the wild animals around them, they begin to heal their own wounds as well.
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