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From the Oscar nominated nature film L'Ours (1988) aka "The Bear". Synopsis: A nature film with almost no human dialogue. In this picturesque story an orphaned bear cub is adopted by an adult male bear and must avoid hunters. Here is a movie that shines on all counts. A true classic for all ages. Wonderful job of film making.
Film Review: Storytelling doesn't get much purer than this--a film with virtually no dialogue and not a minute that isn't fascinating, either for the plot it pursues or the way director Jean-Jacques Annaud gets his ursine stars to do what he wants. The story deals with a young cub who, after his mother is killed in a landslide, bonds to a lumbering male Kodiak. The two of them then must cope with an invasion of hunters into their territory--and Annaud makes it clear whose side he's on. Aside from stunning scenery, the film offers startlingly close-up looks at bear behavior. They say the best actors are the ones that let you see what they're thinking, a trick Annaud manages with his big, furry stars. --Marshall Fine