Timothy Treadwell, Kathleen Parker, Warren Queeney, Willy Fulton
Werner Herzog (Screenplay), Werner Herzog (Director)
Release: Aug. 12th, 2005
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
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.
Goodbye too another tv I con in grizzly Adams. Dan haggerty also was an animal trainer....
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Werner Herzog goes on his own journey throughout this film, meeting many irreverent & loving commentators on Treadwell's life, as he attempts to understand a man who is his polar opposite when it comes to seeing love in nature's maw.
His conclusions may not be unfounded, but given the fact that a viewer who knows nothing about Treadwell prior to seeing the film only gets to experience his life through two hours of footage and interviews (roughly 8% of the whole story, probably) and Herzogs critical lens, its quite also not unfou....