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UK: Twentieth Century Fox
Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Stewart Bick, Vlasta Vrana, Neil Kroetsch, Serge Houde, Peter Colvey, Jacques Lussier, Nathaniel Arcand, Annie Galipeau, Jimmy Herman, John Dunn-Hill, Graham Greene, Gordon Master, Chip Chuipka, Annabelle Torsein, David Fox, Marcel Jeannin, Kent McQuaid, Matthew Sharp, Charles Powell, Noel Burton, Renee Asherson, Stephanie Cole, Richard Jutras, Art Kitching, Norris Domingue, Al Vandercruys, Floyd Crow Westerman, Saginaw Grant, Gene Blackbird, Arnold Jocks, Donald J White, Kevin Peltier, Donald Swamp, Gerald McDonald, Michael MacDonald, Timothy Eashappie, Frank Buswa, Vernon Cardinal, Josie Cox, Larry Yazzie, Steve Wood, Elmer Baptiste, Aaron McGilvery, Bradley McGilvery, Ferlin McGilvery, Leroy Whitstone
Director: Richard Attenborough
Countries: USA / Canada
UK: 118 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for some sensuality/nudity
UK Certificate: PG for mild nudity, language and wildlife hunting scenes
UK Release Date: 3 November 2000
Pierce Brosnan is 'Grey Owl', an Englishman who moves to Canada and embarks on a Native American adventure packed with high explosives, exploitation and romance.
Directed by Richard Attenborough, this true story also stars Annie Galipeau and Stephanie Cole. Telling the tale of the enigmatic Archie (Brosnan), an Englishman who moved to the Canadian wilds and reinvented himself as the Apache Indian, 'Grey Owl.'
When Grey Owl takes to the Canadian wilderness as a trapper and adventurer, he exploits the forests for his own profit, making good use of dynamite and high explosives! However, he soon changes his ways when he meets the native Mohawk-Indian 'Pony' (Galipeau) and falls in love with her. Slowly, through her kindness, he learns to protect and not trap animals, a decision that has enormous consequences.
Grey Owl begins to understand the fragile balance of their habitat and embarks on a mission to bring awareness of the destruction of the natural world to the masses. He rises to international status as a pioneering voice of environmental conservation but will his fame be jeopardised when a reporter discovers his dark secret...?
This modern classic follows the journey of a fascinating and complex human being. With stunning cinematography incorporating vintage footage, Richard Attenborough creates a movie of epic status.