George Butler’s (Pumping Iron) cinematic elegy to the Great White Hunter, In the Blood, may be the most elaborate home movie of the year. Butler takes his young son on a safari in Tanzania, retracing a 1909 trip by Teddy Roosevelt and his son, and making the case that big game hunting is conservation-minded sport, not senseless slaughter. Though fittingly pretty and romantic, the film begs more questions than it answers. C
In the Blood George Butler's (Pumping Iron) cinematic elegy to the Great White Hunter, In the Blood, may be the most elaborate home movie...In the BloodDocumentaryPT90MPG George Butler's (Pumping Iron) cinematic elegy to the Great White Hunter, In the Blood, may be the most elaborate home movie...1990-11-02Central Park Media
Genre: Documentary; Director: George Butler; Runtime (in minutes): 90; MPAA Rating: PG; Distributor: Central Park Media
Posted November 2 1990 — 12:00 AM EST
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