Never Cry Wolf

Never Cry Wolf is Carroll Ballard’s 1983 film about a scientist who has been sent to study wolves but ends up learning more than he imagined about himself and his place in the world. With gorgeous cinematography by Hiro Narita and a compelling personal narrative, this adaptation of Farley Mowat’s nonfiction book remains remarkably relevant to the questions in the Ursinus Quest and to Professor Rich Wallace’s life and work.

PG - Adventure/Drama - 1:45

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Commentary by:
Rich Wallace, Environmental Studies
Jennifer Fleeger, Film Studies