Watch: Bears: Spy in the Woods 2004 123movies, Full Movie Online – Using specially designed and camouflaged cameras this documentary offers an intimate look into the secret lives of bears in various parts of the world. The disguised spy-cams blend into the bears natural environment to capture a glimpse of the everyday life of these engaging creatures. Unprecedented footage of wild Pandas in their native bamboo groves in China shows never seen before activities of these elusive and endangered bears. The documentary also gives a new insight into the lives of Grizzly bears and Arctic Polar bears. The last bear shown is the South American Spectacled bear, the inspiration for Paddington Bear..
Plot: Attenborough’s team travels the globe for up-close looks at polar bears, grizzlies, pandas and other fascinating bear species.
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Fun & insightful
This documentary is quite fun and very insightful. The filmmakers with their clever camouflage camera have captured images never seen before, like the infamous Panda Bear headstand. (watching it, you’ll understand why its infamous.) Because the action is very much in frame, its hard to believe that a human wasn’t really standing there. But, because a human wasn’t standing there, the bears are at their most natural and rambunctious selves. David Attenborough narrates this show and he is quite pleasant to listen to. The music is fun and matches the action nicely, but there were a couple of times I wish it would shut up. My favorite segment was the Spectacle Bear. The mother was so endearing and caring, I myself, wanted to hug them. My sensible mind says “that is not possible” but with this video, its the next best thing.
David Attenborough and his spy cams strike again!
This BBC documentary is one of several that use the same idea in order to get close to animals in the wild without, hopefully, disturbing them or getting the camera people killed! I’ve also seen similar films where mobile and hidden cameras are disguised and surreptitiously film elephants, lions and penguins (though penguins RARELY savage film crews…they’re much more likely to want to interact with them). In this particular case, a wide variety of methods are used to hide the cameras–putting them inside fake logs, in giant fake snowballs and disguised by mirrors. As I said, this GENERALLY worked, but in the case of black bears, these particular bears seemed to delight in discovering and destroying the cameras– the first time any of the animals in all these films behaved this way. I thought it was funny and made the film a lot more interesting.
One other way that the documentary differed from the lion and elephant ones is that instead of focusing on one species, it followed a wide variety of bears–grizzlies, pandas, spectacle bears, black bears and polar bears. Because there were so many different ones, I really think the film should have been longer in order to allow a better exploration of each type of bear. Still, it’s an enjoyable and fun nature documentary.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr (60 min) (UK), 52 min (Finland)
Writer John Downer
Actors David Attenborough
Country United Kingdom
Awards Nominated for 1 BAFTA Award2 nominations total
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