The Bear (1988) 720p YIFY Movie

The Bear (1988)

L'ours is a movie starring Tchéky Karyo, Bart the Bear, and Youk the Bear. An orphan bear cub hooks up with an adult male as they try to dodge human hunters.

IMDB: 7.73 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Family
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.17G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 94
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Bear (1988) 720p

The director of (1981) creates yet another film in nature with almost no human dialogue in this picturesque story of an orphaned bear cub who is adopted by an adult male bear and must avoid hunters. Bart the Bear stars in this anthropomorphic fantasy.


The Director and Players for The Bear (1988) 720p

[Director]Jean-Jacques Annaud
[Role:]Jack Wallace
[Role:]Youk the Bear
[Role:]Bart the Bear
[Role:]Tchéky Karyo


The Reviews for The Bear (1988) 720p


I thought it was excellent when I was younger, its even better now that I am olderReviewed byAgent10Vote: 8/10

The Bear was an art film veiled in the guise of a nature film. I never looked at the roving vistas and sharp cinematography, because when I first watched this, I was more concerned with the bear cub. This is certainly a minimalist film, but the execution was so well done, the power of the images speaks more than the occasional piece of dialogue that is spoken throughout the movie. While it can never be described as kids movie, I think kids might be interested in it due to the very National Geographic-like quality of the film (only without the voice overs). While it has been a long time since I last watched this film (about four years ago), the interesting imagery and the simple, yet meaningful story of survival will always stick with me.

Great film....Reviewed byElijahCSkuggsVote: 9/10

"The Bear" is a rare film when it comes to the ordinary cinema that we usually view. The main characters are animals, and the connection we get from them is something no human actor could emulate. The movie is expertly crafted, especially the direction and the cinematography. The animal trainers are in a class all their own, making everyone else involved with the film seemingly a lot less talented. The film, as previously said, isn't for children, despite the PG rating. It has a fair amount of blood, peril, sadness, and some bear sex! The film is great though, and I'm so glad I found it at Walfart on DVD for $5.50! *** 1/2

The truth to bearReviewed byWeredeguVote: 10/10

I have seen both good and bad from director Jean-Jacques Annaud, films such as 'L'Amant' being an example of the former, and 'Enemy at the Gates' an example of the latter. With this movie here he takes you to the edge of the film universe. I'm saying that in the sense that this movie relativises many things. The fascinating thing is that you have bears playing roles here. They are acting, they partake in portraying fictive situations. And they do it with credibility. To liken this to something, the issue of how young an actor might be awarded an Oscar, a César or whatever might be mentioned as one from which similarly tricky questions may stem.

As to the story, it is rather simple of course. You could easily re-imagine it with human characters, with some little kid in the focus. Especially if you think of what the older male bear's character would be like then, it could be your typical socially responsible art movie with a lesson. However, telling the tale with bears turns any such consideration totally superficial. What else but a simple story could be credible in their case? Unless you're ready to see talking animals, of course.

While the bears 'cast' in this movie have perhaps more of a personality than what you would by conventional wisdom attribute to them, they weren't presented as vegetarians for the sake of being more easily accepted by a moralizing audience. And seeing these bears play as they did, even knowing that in some places the film-makers did use a trick or two, who knows, perhaps I should reconsider how much of a personality a bear might have. Very likely I should, I would add, still under the impression.

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