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Grizzly Man

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Werner Herzog's documentary film about the "Grizzly Man" Timothy Treadwell and what the thirteen summers in a National Park in Alaska were like in one man's attempt to protect the grizzly bears. The film is full of unique images and a look into the spirit of a man who sacrificed himself for nature.
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Directed By: Werner Herzog
Written By: Werner Herzog (Screenplay)

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drqshadow says...
4 years ago
Werner Herzog takes a long, unflinching look at Timothy Treadwell, the aggressive conservationist who pitched a tent in the wilderness with grizzly bears for the better part of his life. Treadwell is a fascinating character, almost inhumanly naïve and childish but also extremely knowledgable about the actions of wild animals and the demands of life in the wild. Ultimately he allows this passion to get in the way of good judgment, as he madly rails against new park regulations installing a hundred-yard cushion between man and bear just weeks before becoming grizzly food himself, but there are both positives and negatives to take away from the story. His interactions with wild foxes make for some charming, amazing asides, and the unique perspectives afforded by his lifestyle share an intimate peek into the tendencies and temperament of grizzlies at their least guarded. As a naturalist he's without many peers, but unfortunately he's equally unrivaled as a cautionary tale regarding the volatile, unpredictable disposition of the untamed.
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Matthew Brady-deleted-1534855046 says...
6 years ago
"If I show weakness, I'm dead. They will take me out, they will decapitate me, they will chop me up into bits and pieces I'm dead. So far, I persevere. I persevere". Timothy Treadwell - How foolish he may seem, but at heart, a great and lovable man. I admire his courage, even if it was recklessness. The tragic death of Treadwell and his girlfriend still makes me sad thinking about it. This documentary is perfect for someone like Werner Herzog, who's on the same wavelength as Treadwell. Herzog different outlook on life which many people find strange, but daring. There's a part in the documentary where you see Werner listening to audio recording of the fatal bear attack, while the cap on the camera is still on. You don't hear the actual audio, but his reaction alone was so effective and haunting, even imagining what he heard gives me chills. I recommend checking it, however not an easy watch, so beware.
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jarvis-8243417 says...
4 years ago
“I will die for these animals.” Grizzly Man is a powerful documentary from Werner Herzog about Timothy Treadwell, a liberal activist who went to the Alaskan Wildlife Reserve to protect grizzly bears, and ended up being killed and eaten by them. Through Treadwell’s own footage the film shows his descent into madness as he loses touch with reality and rejects human society. Yet Herzog remains largely nonjudgmental, and contextualizes the Treadwell tragedy through interviews with his associates and colleagues. Incredibly fascinating, Grizzly Man is an ironic tale of a man’s passion consuming him.
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Enjayeff says...
4 years ago
An interesting look into the life of an atypical person
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3 years ago
Chilling first-hand documentation of a very brave young man, renouncing society and trying to find meaning among ferocious creatures in the wild.
Tragic yet heart-warming
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