“The Gray” is a persistent showing that wolves have no feeling. When they assault, it’s not individual. They’ve spent untold centuries figuring out how to survive, stripped and without weapons, in fearsome spots like the Arctic Circle in the dead of winter. They aren’t exactly unarmed; they have their teeth and paws, however how far would that get us, regardless of the possibility that we had rifles?
In the motion picture, a gathering of oil organization laborers find the chance to solution that question. They’re specialists at a pumping station in the far north, portrayed in the opening portrayal by Ottway (Liam Neeson) as a kind of model for damnation, involved by “men unfit for humanity.” They have the sorts of occupations you may take on the off chance that you were edgy for the great pay, or maybe headed to look for a place a long way from society where it is expected that when you are not working, you are resting or drinking.