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Synopsis[ edit ] Herzog used sequences extracted from more than hours of video footage shot by Grizzly man during the last five years of his life. He also conducted and filmed interviews with Treadwell's family and friends, and bear and nature experts.
Park rangers and bear experts commented on statements and actions by Treadwell, such as his repeated claims that he was defending the bears from poachers.
Park rangers noted that there had never been a recorded incident of poaching at this national park. As another example, Treadwell claimed he had "gained the trust" of certain bears, sufficient to approach and pet them.
Park rangers pointed out that bears are wild and potentially dangerous animals; given that, Treadwell was lucky to have survived as long as he had without being mauled. One park ranger suggested that the bears were so confused by Treadwell's direct, casual contact that they weren't sure how to react to him.
Other park rangers point out that the bears were not threatened by poachers, but Treadwell's actions put them at real risk of harm and death. By familiarizing them with human contact, he increased the likelihood that they would approach human habitation seeking food, and cause a confrontation in which humans would kill them.
Treadwell usually left the park at the end of summer but that year stayed into early October. This put him and Huguenard at greater risk, as in this period, bears are aggressive about searching for food to store up calories for hibernation during the winter. Herzog speculates that their staying later in the season ultimately resulted in the deaths of Treadwell and Huguenard.
In addition to presenting views from friends and professionals, Herzog narrates and offers his own interpretations of events. He concluded that Treadwell had a sentimental view of nature, thinking he could tame the wild bears. Herzog notes that nature is cold and harsh.
Treadwell's view clouded his thinking and led him to underestimate danger, resulting in his death and that of his girlfriend. Treadwell's video camera captured an audio record of the bear attack. Herzog refrained from making this a part of the film, but he is shown listening to it, clearly disturbed.
The director advised Jewel Palovak the owner of the tape to destroy it rather than listen to it. He later repudiated his own advice, saying it was Stupid Being shocked like that, I told her, 'You should never listen to it, and you should rather destroy it. It should not be sitting on your shelf in your living room all the time.
She did not destroy it but separated herself from the tape, and she put it in a bank vault.
Willy Fulton, the pilot who discovered the remains of Treadwell and his girlfriend, had noted seeing the lone arm with the wristwatch and not being able to keep the image out of his mind. Over time, he believed the bears grew to trust him; they allowed him to approach them and he had even touched them.
He gained some national notoriety for his work with the bears and founded Grizzly People with his friend Jewel Palovak. They worked to protect bears in national parks by raising awareness. Park officials repeatedly warned him that his interaction with the bears was unsafe to both him and to the bears.
If Timothy models unsafe behavior, that ultimately puts bears and other visitors at risk. Inat the end of his 13th visit, he and his girlfriend Amie Huguenard were attacked, killed, and partially eaten by a bear. The events that led to the attack are unknown. Jewel Palovak, co-founder of Grizzly People and a close friend of Treadwell's, had to give her approval for the film to be produced, as she controlled his video archives.
The filmmakers had to deal with logistical as well as sentimental factors related to Treadwell's footage of his bear interactions. Grizzly People is a "grassroots organization" concerned with the treatment of bears in the United States.
After her friend's death, Palovak was left with control of Grizzly People and Treadwell's hours of archival footage.
As his close friend, former girlfriend, and confidante, she had a large emotional stake in the production. She had known Treadwell since and felt a deep sense of responsibility to her late friend and his legacy. She quoted Treadwell as saying, "'If I die, if something happens to me, make that movie.
The DVD release lacks an interview with Treadwell by David Lettermanwhich was shown in the original theatrical release.
Letterman had joked that Treadwell would be eaten by a bear. The versions televised on the Discovery Channel and Animal Planet both retain this scene. The site's consensus states: Narrating in his extraordinary German-accented English, Herzog is fair-minded and properly respectful of Treadwell's manic self-invention.
He even praises Treadwell as a good filmmaker:Grizzly Man R • Biography, Documentaries, Animals & Nature • Movie • In this mesmerizing new film, acclaimed director Werner Herzog explores the life and death of amateur grizzly bear expert and wildlife preservationist Timothy Treadwell, who lived unarmed among grizzlies for 13 summers.
Watch Grizzly Man Online Full Free. grizzly man full movie with English subtitle. Stars: Werner Herzog, Carol Dexter, Val Dexter, Sam Egli, Franc G Fallico, Willy Fulton, Marc Gaede, Marnie Gaede. Watch Grizzly Man full movie free.A disastrous and heartrending deal with grizzly bear right activists Timothy Treadwell and Amie Huguenard, who had been killed in Oct of , whilst residing amongst grizzlies in Alaska.
This documentary centers on amateur grizzly bear expert Timothy Treadwell, who periodically journeyed to Alaska to study and live with the bears. The outdoorsman and author -- along with his 92%. Rent Grizzly Man () starring Timothy Treadwell and Amie Huguenard on DVD and Blu-ray.
Get unlimited DVD Movies & TV Shows delivered to your door with no . Grizzly Man (1,) IMDb min R Subtitles and Closed Captions In this mesmerizing new film, acclaimed director Werner Herzog explores the life and death of amateur grizzly bear expert and wildlife preservationist Timothy Treadwell, who lived unarmed among grizzlies for 13 summers.