When the polar bear dies, a family is left to try to make sense of their fate
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DISNEYLAND: A family is still struggling to make a sense of the death of their beloved polar bear in a movie.
Disney’s film, “Polar Express,” is currently screening in theaters around the world.
But for many in the film, the loss is far from over.
The film stars Bill Murray, who is best known for his role in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” as an American doctor who visits a small town where the townspeople are mourning the loss of a beloved polar bears cub.
Murray’s character, Dr. Walter, tells the story of the tragic death of the bear that he has been caring for since the 1950s.
“I just felt so sad, and I just felt like I could not take it anymore,” Murray said in a recent interview with The Associated Press.
“So I said, ‘If I can help anybody, I want to help somebody.'”
Murray was one of more than 20 people who volunteered to give up their lives for the film’s release.
“It’s an honor and an honor to be in a film about polar bears and to be there for this great, wonderful thing that we do in the world,” Murray added.
Murray’s character is a doctor, a polar bear keeper, and a man who has spent decades caring for the bears in the small town of Kayseri.
Murray said he was inspired to write the film by the loss that polar bears face.
He said the loss and loss of the bears is a big deal, but he also believes that polar bear conservation has been neglected.
“We don’t see a lot of people doing it because of cost and time and money,” Murray told AP.
“They’ve got the bears to protect and feed.
We don’t have the funding to do that.”
Murray has written a book called “Penguins of Madagascar” and has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
But Murray said it was important to show that he and the other people involved were there for the animals as much as for the humans who are caring for them.
“That’s the point of what I’m doing, that is to show to the world, to all the people out there, that these are the bears and the humans that are in their midst, they are not alone, they can’t do it alone,” Murray explained.
“That’s what I want them to know: This is not a tragedy.
It’s a family and this is a love story.
We are a family.”
Murray said he hopes that “Pralines” will raise awareness about the plight of the polar bears, and help people understand that there is hope.
“It’s about showing that the polar is not alone.
The world is in our care and this movie is not going to change that,” Murray continued.
“Parks, the government, the people in Kayseria, they all need to get together and work together to save this endangered species and this family that is going to be very, very lucky to have him in their life.”
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