Never Cry Wolf

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Sent to the desolate northern reaches of Canada to prove that the wolves are destroying the herds of caribou, Tyler (Martin Smith) might be any one of us left to fend for ourselves in a bleak landscape. Ballard's film, produced by Disney and resembling the old nature films, tells of an engaging, fearful scientist who grows to admire the wolves he is sent to condemn, adopts their diet (mouse stew minus the tails), and learns from an ancient, mystical Inuit (the furclad local inhabitants) that in true Darwinian fashion the wolves only cull the weaker members of the herd. For the most part very absorbing, the film suffers from some embarrassingly obvious symbolism.
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UK release:

1983

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105 mins

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This is a poor excuse for a review. I doubt you watched the film. You'd know that: a) 'Inuit' is just the proper name for what Americans continue to call 'Eskimo'; b) he eats the tails; and c) he learns of the wolves hunting habits from his own observations. Your attempts at referencing Darwin and "ancient, mystical Inuit" were utterly embarrassing. Oh, and what the heck is "an engaging, fearful scientist"?

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This is a poor excuse for a review. I doubt you watched the film. You'd know that: a) 'Inuit' is just the proper name for what Americans continue to call 'Eskimo'; b) he eats the tails; and c) he learns of the wolves hunting habits from his own observations. Your attempts at referencing Darwin and "ancient, mystical Inuit" were utterly embarrassing. Oh, and what the heck is "an engaging, fearful scientist"?