‘Jane’ draws from over 100 hours of unseen footage of Jane Goodall at work with chimps in the ’60s. Few films today let you simply travel with someone into parts unknown. Thanks to the documentary Jane, a new generation of animal lovers can learn more about the world’s most famous paleontologist, Jane Goodall, who revealed that we aren’t much different from our closest living relative, the chimpanzee. Using 100 hours of footage hidden from view …read more
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