The aim is simple; dress like a caveman, hunt like a caveman,
and try not to cry yourself to sleep at night.
Streaming now on labelDIRECT
Director: Scott Baskett
Writers: Scott Baskett, Gene Geoffrey
Producers: Gene Geoffrey
Caveman Calling is the latest documentary by Scott Baskett.
Five years in the making from inception to distribution deal: thousands of kilometres in planes, cars and on foot, hundreds of hours of footage and countless hours of editing to create this quirky heartfelt story in 56 minutes.
Pete is a fish out of water in the modern day world. He longs for a simpler existence without the trappings of city living. Set at his hunting ranch in the rugged North Island mountains of New Zealand, Pete takes an eclectic group of Gen Y characters, both men and women on a Caveman Adventure.
The aim is simple, dress like a caveman, hunt like Caveman and try not to cry yourself to sleep at night. Much like the chaos of the Cavemen adventure Pete's life proves that often our simple desires can be the most difficult.
The concept of the caveman adventure is simple: Can modern man hunt in a pack with little more than a loin cloth, handmade weapons and thousands of years of evolution on their side? The question is also simple: Why would they want to?