Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey

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Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey is a 1988 American drama film which tells the true-life story of naturalist Dian Fossey and her work in Rwanda with Mountain Gorillas.

Directed by Michael Apted. Written by Anna Hamilton Phelan (screenplay and story), Alex Shoumatoff (article), Tab Murphy (story), Harold T. P. Hayes (article) and Dian Fossey (work).
At the far ends of the earth she found a reason to live, and a cause to fight for. (taglines)

Quotes[edit]

Dian: You like this ring? You want to keep the hand this ring is on? If I see or hear or smell you anywhere near my gorillas, you'll be writing with your other hand and I'll have a new ashtray.

Dian: Shit, shit... I fell in shit!

Sembagare: They think you are a witch.
Dian: They wouldn't be the first.

Dian: Get off my mountain!

Taglines[edit]

  • In a land of beauty, wonder and danger, she would follow a dream, fall in love and risk her life to save the mountain gorillas from extinction.
  • At the far ends of the earth she found a reason to live, and a cause to fight for.
  • They were beautiful.

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