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Who owns nature?
Images of unique beauty show us an archaic world right in the heart of our civilization, which does not seem to fit our time, even though it surrounds us immediately. In the Tegernsee mountains we encounter roaring deer and chamois, in the forests of Brandenburg wolves, who have settled there after long years of absence as well as in the rest of Germany. We share our habitat with these and many other wildlife – but who determines how we live with them? Who pretends that they – and how many of them – are allowed to be hunted? And do they even have to be hunted? What would be the consequences if the 1.2 million deer and 600,000 wild boars hunted by hunters in Germany each year were not shot?
This film offers you the opportunity to accompany Franz Maier, head of the hotel and the Kirschner Stuben during the hunt and to look behind the scenes of the Tegernsee mountains.
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