He Will Revenge His Son

A story of survival

Leonardi DiCaprio is a name the majority of the human population has heard at one point or another. The American actor of Italian and German descent has starred in Hollywood productions most of his life. He is with doubt very skilled in the art of acting and has produced multiple hit movies.
In 2016, he finally won an Oscar for Best Actor… a prize, which he should’ve received years ago according to most of his fans. His role in the semi-biographical film The Revenant got him the sought-after Oscar Statuette. The film received critical acclaim and went on to gross over $533 million.
The film is based on the true story of the trapper Hugh Glass. In 1823 he guides Andrew Henry’s trappers through unknown territory. While he and his half-Pawnee son, Hawk, are hunting, the company’s camp is attacked by a Native American war party. Glass recommends that the survivors travel on foot to Fort Kiowa, as traveling downriver will make them vulnerable.
Glass is attacked by a grizzly bear and is badly mauled… left for dead. Trapper John Fitzgerald, argues that the group must mercy-kill Glass and keep moving as he is afraid of another attack. Henry agrees, but is unable to pull the trigger; instead, he offers money for someone to stay and look after Glass. Hawk, Jim Bridger and Fitzgerald agree to stay behind.
Soon after the rest of the party leaves, Fitzgerald attempts to murder Glass but is discovered by Hawk. Fitzgerald ends up killing Glass’ son as he watches helplessly. The next day, Fitzgerald convinces Bridger that the Native Americans are approaching and that they need to make a run for it. They leave Glass behind and when questioned by Henry at the fort, tell him that he had died and his son vanished.
Fueled by revenge, Glass begins an arduous journey through the wilderness.