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In the breathtaking, remote wilderness of southwestern Oregon, Sarah Smith, a hydrologist, embarks on an expedition to conduct a government water survey. An intrepid outdoors woman, Sarah craves a solo journey so she can reconnect with herself and nature. Venturing deep into the forest, she intuits another presence. Gradually, the elusive figure reveals himself to be a Sasquatch, and the two interact tentatively. As their bond intensifies, Sarah finds she must take bold steps to protect the Big Man’s privacy, as well as her own.
The ever-adventurous Christopher Munch returns for the first time since Harry And Max (2004) with an ambitious, warm-hearted drama about the Sasquatch - also known as Bigfoot - the mythical ape-like creature that is alleged to inhabit the forests of the US Pacific Northwest. Using actors inside Sasquatch suits and heavy prosthetic makeup, Munch tells the story in a no-frills matter-of-fact US independent style and for the most part pulls it off. If he falls prey to didactism about man’s abuse of nature, he achieves more than enough quiet lyricism and transcendent beauty to make up for it.