• November 24, 2010
    By Peter Keough

    When humans go up against nature in films like 127 Hours, they usually come out short. Such is the case also in Werner Herzog's compelling documentary Grizzly Man (2005), in which the director finds someone almost as strange as himself, Timothy Treadwell, who just wanted to share his life with the ursines of the title in the Alaskan wilderness.

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