Die Leopardin   2020   Germany The Leopardess
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Director:Reinhard Radke
Studio:ZDF
Writer:Reinhard Radke
IMDb Rating:7.1 (17 votes)
Genre:BigCats
Duration:50 min
IMDb:13709158
Reinhard Radke  ...  (Director)
Reinhard Radke  ...  (Writer)
 
Anne Moll  ...  Self - Narrator
Céline Montsarrat  ...  Self - Narrator
Martin Lingnau  ...  Composer
Ingmar Süberkrüb  ...  Composer
Reinhard Radke  ...  Cinematographer
Comments: I liked this mostly because of the subtle soundtrack and lack of drama from the narrator, but it has some glaring continuity issues, like the cub drops the kill from a tree and mom drags back up “higher in the tree” and it’s obviously a different tree

Sadly the story turns to birds

Summary: Leopards are considered to be extremely shy big cats. Only a few animals can match the elegance of these feline predators. The cautious hunters are rarely seen in the wild for more than a few seconds. The cats can be observed more extensively when they rest asleep in a tree and recover from the mostly nocturnal hunt. But a leopardess has switched to hunting in broad daylight. Its home along the brook bed of the Olare Orok offers everything a mother needs to protect and nourish its offspring: picturesque rocks and dense bush, a landscape in which the big cat can disappear in seconds to sneak up on potential prey, which includes warthogs and antelopes. But hyenas and lions are always ready to dispute the territory and its nourishment. The renowned wildlife filmmaker Reinhard Radke managed to capture astonishing insights into the social life and hunting tactics of the ambush hunters in the Maasai Mara.


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