The uncertain line between hunter & hunted
In the big game danger zone
Their most hair-raising, heart-stopping hunts
Ask any hunter who has pursued any truly dangerous big game animal or truly dangerous hunting destination, and he'll tell you that at some time during his quest there's been that voice whispering, "Why am I here? Why am I trying to do this?..." These hunters know the inherent risks. They know that similar hunters in very similar situations have been killed. It happens almost every year somewhere in the big game danger zone.
Whether the animal is an elephant, Cape buffalo, rhino, hippo, or a lion or leopard, a hunter after any of these species does so at his own peril. At least in these situations, the danger is known and, as such, a hunter and his team can plan well in an attempt to stay safe. But then there are the unknowns... the heart-stopping hunts... that you don't expect. The venomous snake that lurks unseen; the loose mountain rock ready to break free, the floatplane suddenly in distress.
Jim Shockey and his team of Professionals have faced close calls and catastrophes worldwide. They've happened, often, with cameras rolling. Now they share with your their most hair-raising, heart-stopping hunts. Some they would rather not see again. Watch for yourself, and you'll see why. 109 minutes.