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    I saw it a couple of months ago, and it left me deeply disturbed.
    (A mixture of pity and anger for the guy)

    I have always had a keen interest in medicine and biology, nature, habitats, anatomy and medicine.
    They have all played a majore role in my life. (My father and younger brother are both Phd's in the area, with my father beeing a retired pediatric cardiologist, and my brother a marine biologist).

    Anyway, this film is about a self proclaimed naturalist and Grizzly expert, who is really a dope head and a failure in life. He used to be an athlete, but after an accident (that led to loss of scholarship funding), he moves from Florida to California (to pursuit a career as an actor), and falls mentally apart.
    (Apperantly, he finished second in the auditions leading up to a role as the bartender in "Cheers", only beaten by Woody Harrelson).

    He enters the wildlife scene through a fluke, that 'saves' his by then, bare-bone sanity.

    The film is put together by te famous director Werner Herzog, based on the raw-film material left behind by Timothy Treadwell.

    Without referring details from the movie, I reccomend you go see it.
    It's a shocking event (for anybody who cares about people), and leaves a lot hanging.

    If you want to know the details about what happend on that dreadful night, then you can find your answers here.
    S. Rosland


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