Grizzly Man is a 2005 narrative film by German executive Werner Herzog. It narratives the life and demise of bear lover Timothy Treadwell. The film comprises of Treadwell's own footage of his interaction with wild bears before he and his better half Amie Huguenard were killed and devoured by a bear in 2003, and of meetings with individuals who knew or were included with Treadwell.
The footage he shot was later found, and the last film was co-delivered by Discovery Docs, the Discovery Channel's dramatic narrative unit, and Lions Gate Entertainment. The film's soundtrack is by British vocalist lyricist and guitarist Richard Thompson.
For Grizzly Man, Herzog utilized groupings separated from over 100 hours of feature footage shot by Treadwell amid the most recent five years of his life and directed meetings with Treadwell's family and companions, and additionally bear and nature specialists. Park officers and bear specialists offer counterpoints to explanations and activities by Treadwell, for example, his rehashed cases that he is safeguarding the bears from poachers.
Park officers bring up that there was never a recorded occurrence of poaching at this national park. Treadwell had additionally persuaded himself that he had picked up the trust of specific bears, enough to approach them and pet them like canines.
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