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BEAR (2011) Short Film: Nash Edgerton, Teresa Palmer, Warwick Thornton

Nash Edgerton Bear

Bear Short Film. Nash Edgerton‘s Bear (2011) short film stars Nash Edgerton, Teresa Palmer, and Warwick Thornton. Bear‘s plot synopsis: “Jack has the perfect birthday surprise planned for Emelie. Sometimes, though, plans go horrifically wrong.”

We previously published Nash Edgerton’s Spider (2007) Short Film. “Bear is co-written by Animal Kingdom’s David Michod…music by Ben Lee, Ione Skye & Jack Graddis.”

The Teresa Palmer Bear short film photo:

Teresa Palmer Bear

Teresa Palmer Bear

On Nash Edgerton:

Edgerton was born in Blacktown, New South Wales and is the brother of actor Joel Edgerton. As a stuntman he has worked on such films as The Matrix trilogy, The Thin Red Line, Superman Returns, and, most notably, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, as the stunt double for Ewan McGregor, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi.

On Teresa Palmer:

Teresa Palmer…is an Australian actress. She made her film debut in the suicide drama 2:37. Palmer was seen in The Grudge 2 in 2006, in December Boys, alongside Daniel Radcliffe, and in the 2008 children’s fantasy Bedtime Stories, with Adam Sandler. She appeared in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice in 2010, with Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel, and her films in 2011 include a turn as an alien in the sci-fi film I Am Number Four, and playing Topher Grace’s love interest in Take Me Home Tonight. She stars in the zombie love story, Warm Bodies.

This short film is good but Edgerton’s Spider is better. I saw a few things coming in this one. In Spider, I didn’t see anything coming.

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Source: Wikipedia, Imdb, Slashfilm

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