Film

The Hunter: In Pursuit of the Thylacine

When people say we are playing God, I say we do it all the time. We certainly played God when we exterminated the thylacine. —Professor Andrew Pask, head of TIGRR In the 2015 Korean film The Tiger, a legendary retired hunter named Chun Man-duk lives alone with his only son on Mount Jirisan in Japanese-occupied Korea in 1925. A bounty has been placed on the head of the last remaining tiger, a monstrous one-eyed beast called the Mountain Lord that has evaded all attempts to capture it. Every band of hunters who have tried to trap the Mountain Lord have…

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