Quite simply, this movie is outstanding. Set in the mountains of British Columbia (you North Amercian's are lucky, we don't have those sorts of stunning mountains in Oz), it is a story of a grizzly bears experiences, and a cub, and their interactions with a few hunters, and the wild. However, for once it is told from the bears perspective, so to speak, and consequently there is very little dialogue in the whole film. But don't be put off, pictures speak thousands of words, and in this case an enyclopaedia. Adventures with pumas, 'magic mushrooms', hunters, a honey-laden beehive, 'Mrs Grizzley bear', hunting dogs, a man-campsite; and all done intelligently and realistically-trust me. Everyone I know who has seen the film, from juppies to scientists, has enjoyed it immensely.