A beautifully made and politically rather mind-blowing look at the practice of 'rewilding.' Specifically, this documentary looks at the reintroduction of large predators such as wolves, panthers and bears into ecosystems that were damaged by the eradication of these species in the 19th/20th centuries.
Unfortunately the audio gets a bit out of sync with the pictures but only marginally. It's still worth watching. It really is cosmopolitics in action. The yearning for a Nature that could be mastered and possessed is still in evidence but its absurdity becomes plain.
Also, there's some Mogwai on the soundtrack, which is always nice.