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The Woman Who Loves Giraffes

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes is a movie starring Anne Innis Dagg, Tatiana Maslany, and Victor Garber. A profile of giraffe researcher Anne Dagg who, in 1956, became one of the first people to ever observe and report on animal...

Running Time
2 hours 3 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Alison Reid
Writer
Alison Reid
Actors
Anne Innis Dagg, Victor Garber, Tatiana Maslany, Lindsay Leese
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Dr. Anne Innis Dagg re-traces the steps of her groundbreaking 1956 journey to South Africa to study giraffes in the wild - and discovers a startling contrast between the world of giraffes she once knew and the one it has become. Weaving through the past and present, her harrowing journey gives us an intimate look into the factors that destroyed her career and the forces that brought her back.

Comments about documentary «The Woman Who Loves Giraffes» (15)

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Kyle E.

I'm a big fan of Daniel (Colin) Guthrie, but he's more of a film maker than a filmmaker. He's always got something interesting to say, but it never really seems to translate to a cinematic medium. In this film, he gives us an hour and a half of his life. It's pretty good, but not great. I do like how he looks at the movie industry, and how he breaks down the history of Hollywood. However, it's a little hard to follow his thoughts on the subject matter. It's more about a guy, who's a little too artistic to really know what he's talking about, and who probably doesn't know his own history. He's just a little too self-involved to really know what he's talking about. I do like the fact that he's using his real name in the credits. This film is good, but not great.

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Tyler K.

I've always been fascinated by the world of giraffes and the people who love them. This film was a great resource for me. The film was produced in order to gain a larger audience. I believe that this film was not made to gain a larger audience, but rather to give the audience a deeper understanding of the history of giraffes. I believe that this film would have been a great help to me in my quest to learn more about giraffes. The film was well made and informative. The film did a great job of giving the audience a deeper understanding of the giraffes and the people who love them.

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James

While "Giraffes, Loves and Life" is a fascinating look at one particular relationship, the documentary itself isn't as compelling as I'd hoped it would be. It's fairly difficult to watch and get a good sense of what's going on in the relationship, and the narrative, which is fairly loose and predictable, feels like it's been stretched a bit too thin. But even with all the problems, I'm still pretty pleased with what I got out of this film. It's a fascinating look at a relationship between a man and a giraffe. The movie itself isn't anything special, but it's well-made and it was nice to see a documentary that didn't completely rely on documentaries. There's not really a lot of story here, but it's pretty interesting. I'm not sure if the film is better than the people who made it or better than other documentaries about animals, but it's still well worth watching.

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Larry Keller

As a child, I had never heard of this animal-welfare group. I went on a trip to Disney World and saw a show about a giraffe that was in the park, but I was never really interested in the animal. I was not even familiar with the group's goals or their founder, Adam Kahn. My friend and I went to their web site and found out that they were working to protect giraffes in zoos around the world, and had been for a long time. They were like my parents, who would go to the zoo to see giraffes. Our parents would bring the giraffes home and play with them and pet them. That was my childhood. Now I was a teenager, and I became more interested in giraffes, and now I was curious to see if there was any kind of organization dedicated to keeping these animals in the wild. I was very excited about this documentary, and decided to watch it. I was so glad I did. It was so well made and told the story so well. The filmmakers gave us the background information and gave us a synopsis of what they were doing and how they were doing it. I really liked how they did not only show the giraffes but also the people who work with them and the people who were involved with protecting them. The footage was so well done and I could really relate to the animals. I could really feel the passion and love for these animals. I also liked the fact that they didn't just show the giraffes but they also showed the people who worked with them. I felt that there was a lot of good information in the film, and I am sure that there are more people out there who have never heard of this group or are not aware of the work that they do. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in animal welfare. It was well made, and it was fun to watch.

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Ann

What a great story. What a great documentary. What a great film. This documentary will leave you thinking about it for weeks after you've seen it. Giraffes are just amazing and this is a wonderful story of a guy who came to terms with a giraffe he had to kill and saved his life.

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Bobby Hicks

This movie is a great documentary on the history of Giraffes. I was very interested in this documentary, because I had heard that the American Giraffe is the best of the breed. I was not disappointed. The film is an outstanding documentary on how the American Giraffe has evolved and what the American Giraffe needs to be able to survive. The documentary is a good follow-up to the Giraffe Project. The documentary was a good look at how a giraffe was shot, shot again, shot a few more times, and still lives. The film also shows how the American Giraffe has become more of a tourist attraction than a tourist attraction. The American Giraffe has been a tourist attraction since the 1970s, but there are now more and more people who are going to see the American Giraffe. The documentary also shows how the American Giraffe is different from the African Giraffe. The African Giraffe has been shot by humans and there are also different populations of Giraffes. In the American Giraffe, there is a population of Giraffes that are still alive. I think the documentary was very informative. It was a good look at how the American Giraffe is evolving and how it is different from other Giraffes. I would recommend this documentary.

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Frances

This is the first documentary about giraffes in the last century. The movie is well done and looks great. The movie goes into the life of giraffe and how it was made. Some really great and funny moments. Also the movie goes into the life of Giraffes in the wild and in captivity. I enjoyed the movie, but felt it was too short.

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Nicole

This documentary covers the life of Dan George and his love for giraffes. It is a beautiful documentary, but also very informative and well-made. I think this is a film that should be seen by everyone, because I think it is worth it. It's also a documentary that tells the story of a man who loves animals, and the struggles he had to go through to become a full-time trainer of giraffes. I think the highlight of the film is the film of the documentary. It shows the film being made, and the filming of the film, and the interviews with Dan George and his family. It is a great film, and one that everyone should see.

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Julie Reid

This documentary follows the life of the aforementioned Iain Duncan Smith (Nick Frost) and his life on welfare. We see him starting his life as a lowly unemployed man, and as a struggling tax exed. We see his journey through the welfare system, and his self imposed punishments for not signing up for a job. We see how the welfare system affects everyone involved in it, and how society is too quick to judge people for their personal lives. We also see his wife (Julia Hartley) and her "twist" of a life. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about how the welfare system works, and to see how the other side view of it. The documentary was great, and I would recommend watching it.

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Denise Matthews

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes is a short documentary about the challenges faced by Giraffes in Nepal, and the people who support them. It's very funny and very engaging. The most important thing for me in the film was the interview with the director and the narrator, who narrates the film, so you get to see what the filmmaker is talking about and who is being interviewed. In addition, the film is filled with interviews from the people who live in the Giraffe country and how they manage to live with the threats and the stress. In addition, the film is filled with "click" quotes from the director and the narrator which are very funny. Overall, the film is very entertaining and very interesting. It is definitely a must see.

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Heather Sullivan

This documentary is about an Australian who decided to travel to South Africa to visit the giraffes, and he made a documentary about the trip. He is a very good and informative documentary maker. He got an amazing idea for the film. The idea is that Giraffes are highly intelligent animals that use tools to find food. So it would be possible to live there for a very long time, so they would probably be able to develop their intelligence. There are some giraffe-related things that were not really mentioned, like the way they gather food and how they play with the giraffes. The only thing that I didn't like is the way that the movie was made. The cameraman is not really that good. He can't really get good pictures. I also don't really like how the giraffe's are kept in the car. There is no way that they could ever get used to it. It's like they just keep them in the car for the whole trip. The movie is really great, but the filming was not really good.

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Daniel J.

Giraffes are beautiful. I have seen them on the screen at least twice a week for the last 15 years. If I were to compare Giraffes to people, they would be the people I know. It is a pleasure to have Giraffes as a personal hero. They are also the people I have come to know and love. I don't know what makes the giraffe so special, but I think it's the way they live. The giraffe herd has a clear philosophy: don't bother with modernity, don't bother with the stresses of the world, and don't bother with anything else. They have it all, and live by it. One of my favorite quotes is, "Giraffes don't have to do anything for people. They have to do everything for themselves." They don't need humans, or people who are trying to help them. I have seen one giraffe in a zoo get into a fight with a dog. The giraffe went to the zoo to get a drink, and when she got the drink, she immediately started beating the dog. But she didn't even bother to look for the dog, or check if the dog was okay. She just ran out into the street to get the drink, and when she came back, she had already beaten the dog. Now I have seen some giraffes that have been beaten by a human, and I have never heard of a giraffe getting beaten by a dog. I think the giraffe think that dogs are really stupid. I also think the giraffe have a way of survival that is more intelligent than a lot of people. They have great sense of smell and hearing, and they have a way of being able to outsmart a lot of people. They are like the Indiana Jones of the animal kingdom. They are explorers. They have seen things no one has seen, and they know that they have never seen anything. It's amazing that giraffes are still doing what they are doing. I believe they are the ones who set the boundaries of nature. I think it is because they are in a constant state of state of constant motion. The giraffe's head is a moving part of the body, and they are constantly moving around the body. This motion causes the body to go through a variety of motions, such as rocking back and forth. When you watch this, you will notice that the giraffe's head is moving in such a way that it goes through these motions. I believe this motion is what causes the giraffe to be able to outsmart people. Giraffes don't need to do anything for people. They have their own personal philosophy that is very clear. This philosophy is one of the things that makes them special. I believe that they live by their own rules. The giraffe tribe has a clear philosophy of not doing anything for humans. I believe this is why they are able to be so peaceful. They have the ability to live in harmony with nature. I believe this is also why giraffes are still doing what they are doing. Giraffes are living creatures. They are not here to help humans, they are here to help nature. Giraffes have always lived in harmony with nature. It is part of the reason why they are able to live in such a peaceful state of nature. In this documentary, you will see a lot of giraffe footage, and I think it is wonderful. It shows a lot of the life of the giraffe. They show giraffe mating, they show giraffe mating, and they show giraffe mating. Giraffes have a very strong sense of smell, and they can sense

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Paul

This film was not bad. It was not bad at all. The only bad thing about this film was that it was boring. I wish I could get some more hours of this. The man who made the film said that they filmed it in chronological order. I'm not sure what that means, but I think that it's a little confusing. I've never seen any of the other films in the series. I can't wait to see the rest of the film. I also know that some of the actors from this film have appeared in other films. I don't think that I'll be disappointed. If you're into wildlife documentaries, then you'll love this film. I think that it's a good way to spend an hour and a half.

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Pamela Harvey

This is a great film and is a must-see for anyone who has ever wanted to see how giraffes were treated in the wild. It's a documentary that tells the story of a conservation group's attempt to save the giraffe population. The story begins with the discovery of a healthy giraffe named Halley and the family's excitement. Halley is then taken to a wildlife preserve and then sent to a sanctuary. It's there where she meets a group of giraffe lovers who want to protect the giraffe population. The group is led by Bernie Herndon and they are supported by a group of activists and scientists who want to stop the destruction of the giraffe population. Bernie's story is quite interesting. He grew up on a farm and was a conservationist. His story is quite inspirational and he became the president of the conservation group that he now leads. He is an amazing man and I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever wanted to see how conservation is done. This is a great film and I recommend it to everyone.

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Marie H.

The title is simply wrong. The film is about Giraffes, not "giraffes". I think that this film could be considered a documentary. The film is made to tell the story of a couple of giraffes, who get their own documentary. The film is shot in a way that is reminiscent of the way that the Animals on "The World According to Garp" were shot. The film is shot by two people. The first person is the director, who has a background in wildlife conservation and has a strong passion for the animals he films. The second person is a videographer, who takes pictures and video. The director and videographer work closely together, as they learn to become close to the animals and feel for them. The director also works with a wildlife photographer, who helps him with his conservation project. The film is shot entirely on film, in a way that the animals feel like they are living in a movie. The film takes the audience on an emotional journey, as the director and videographer learn to become closer to the animals. In the end, we are all in the same boat with the animals, which is a very rare feeling for an animal lover like myself.