- 118 min
- Directed by: Richard Attenborough
- Written by: William Nicholson
- Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Annie Galipeau
Back in 1937, when Lord Attenborough was just a wee lad in shorts, he saw a wildlife lecture given by the half Scottish, half native Canadian Indian Archie Grey Owl. Such was the impression that this charismatic trapper-turned-environmentalist made on the young boy and audiences throughout Britain and Canada, where he lived in the wilderness 63 years later Attenborough made an adventure film about Belaney with 007's Brosnan in the lead. Attenborough's back on his favoured, if well trod ground biographical films about heroic men, see also 'Gandhi' and 'Cry Freedom' - with another handsomely filmed solidly told tale.
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