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Bighorn

Canada, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 11)

Director: Bill Schmalz

The bighorn sheep of the Rocky Mountains are filmed amidst the splendid scenery of alpine peaks. The film shows extraordinary close-ups of the wary, sure-footed animals, with music and natural sound as the only commentary.

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