Living with Us

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Bronwen Parker-Rhodes captivating documentary Living With Us examines the special relationship between animals and their trainers, which offers a look at handling your unique link and close.

Discreetly shot, the film looks closely at three animals patterns of behavior conditioning trainer with patience, skill and sensitivity.

Much more to do wild things being coached in a less savage, living with us is a subtle and tender study of the interaction between species.

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