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Published on Nov 2, 2008
Never Cry Wolf (1983) was a tremendously underrated film. It has some of the best photography ever on film. It's based on the experience of Farley Mowat - A government researcher who studied the wolves in the arctic. One of the best films about man and his relationship to the animals and nature around him.
Three subtle themes come through in this film that anyone who has ever spent time alone in the wilderness will note. Solitude, Silence and Melancholy...