Half-bored Interest In Food

“And what haunts me,
is that in all the faces

of all the bears
that Treadwell ever filmed,

I discover no kinship,
no understanding, no mercy.

I see only the overwhelming
indifference of nature.

To me, there is no such thing
as a secret world of the bears.

And this blank stare speaks
only of a half-bored interest in food.

But for Timothy Treadwell,
this bear was a friend, a savior.”


*this is Werner Herzog commenting on bear and his numbness toward the deeper meaning of it’s own and the existence of nature in general (more precise: commenting the bear stare at Timothy, the man who lived those grizzlies for many many years) in his memorable film “Grizzly Man


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