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Never Cry Wolf (1983)

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Uploaded on Sep 30, 2008

This is the second film directed by the great Carroll Ballard. Like his first film, "The Black Stallion" (1979), it also deals with themes of isolation and human/animal relationships. Utilizing stunning cinematography and music, this is a grand adventure in the far north. Based on Farley Mowat's semi-autobiography of the same name, it tells about a man sent to uncover the reason behind the decline of caribou herds.

This is my favorite film of all time.

Director:
Carroll Ballard

Cinematographer:
Hiro Narita

Composer:
Mark Isham

Starring:
Charles Martin Smith
Brian Dennehy
Zachary Ittimangnaq
Samson Jorah

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