Unedited Footage of a Bear Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.90/10 from 2000 votes
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In the first shot, we see a bear in its natural habitat. We can hear a cameraman talking about the bear.

Then, we cut to a YouTube ad for a fictional product entitled "Claridryl". In it, a single mother is having trouble with her kids at a playground. We can notice that the ad timer is going up instead of down. The mother then talks about how Claridryl solved her problems. A voice then talks about the side effects of Claridryl.

The mom gets into her car and drives. She seems to be addicted to Claridryl, as if it were a drug. Where her kids would be lay empty bottles of Claridryl. Her glove box is stuffed with Claridryl, which are all empty, aside from one which she takes out of the glove box and uses it.

We then see a crime scene, where police officers are investigating a house. One officer is sitting on the street, crying, while another comforts him. The mom continues driving until she sees a yellow cardigan in the middle of the road. She gets out of her car to analyze it, and realizes that it's her cardigan she is wearing. She looks up, and sees an identical twin of herself, running to her. She runs, until the clone catches her, beating her up in her car. She throws out the original onto the road, and backs up the car to run her over.

Several hours later, Original!Mom wakes up to see her living room light on. It turns out the clone had been surprising her kids with gifts, then emotionally abusing them, making the son depressed and the daughter crying. Clone!Mom heads to the kitchen. Her phone rings, and she picks it up. She says "Donna?" and we cut to another clone of the mom outside. She pretends to shoot the chairs (a reference to Alantutorial, another work of Alan Resnick) and the fourth one falls. She runs and we cut again to yet another clone of the mom, wearing a black cocktail dress and lipstick applied. She begins to whisper into the wall. Original!Mom crawls slowly to the house, bleeding out as well. Clone 1 is screaming into her phone at this point. Clone 2 is running, and Clone 3 is in hysterics. Finally, Original!Mom gets to the house, and whispers her final words, as 911 rolls into the house. Roll credits.

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Carol Adams

The final moments of the film are accompanied by a haunting and chilling musical score that lingers in the mind long after the credits roll, leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.

Anthony Baker

The use of sound design to differentiate between Original!Mom and the clones is clever and adds an extra layer of complexity to the narrative.

Timothy Thompson

The soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear is hauntingly atmospheric, perfectly setting the eerie tone of the film. The use of subtle, unsettling sounds creates a sense of unease that stays with you long after watching.

Dorothy Evans

The soundtrack during the revelation of the clone's abuse towards the kids is heart-wrenching and emotional, underscoring the devastating impact of the clone's actions on the family through its poignant melodies and somber tones.

David Thompson

The use of music in the confrontation between the original mom and her clone is intense and gripping, heightening the sense of danger and suspense in the scene through its pulsating rhythms and dramatic crescendos.

John Young

The soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear is hauntingly atmospheric and perfectly sets the tone for the eerie and unsettling scenes.

Laura Roberts

The way the soundtrack intensifies during the climactic confrontation between Original!Mom and her clone enhances the sense of dread and impending danger.

David Thompson

The final moments of the film are made even more impactful by the haunting music that accompanies Original!Mom's final words, leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.

Deborah Brown

The soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear was dissonant and unsettling, failing to create a cohesive atmosphere for the scenes. The jarring music choices often distracted from the emotional impact of the narrative, making it difficult to fully engage with the story.

Timothy Campbell

The buildup of tension through the soundtrack as the mom drives while addicted to Claridryl is brilliantly executed, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

Ronald Lewis

The soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear perfectly captures the eerie and unsettling atmosphere of the film, enhancing the viewer's sense of unease throughout.

Melissa Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear failed to enhance the visuals and narrative, instead serving as a discordant backdrop that detracted from the immersion of the audience.

Donald White

The climactic moments of the film are intensified by the powerful and evocative score, which heightens the suspense and drama to a chilling degree. The seamless integration of music into the storytelling elevates the overall impact of the film, making it a truly immersive and unforgettable experience.

Amanda Campbell

The music in the scenes featuring the fictional product Claridryl is brilliantly crafted to enhance the escalating tension and surreal nature of the narrative. The blend of electronic beats and discordant melodies mirrors the disorienting experience of the characters, adding depth to their emotional journey.

Laura Martinez

The use of repetitive and grating sounds in key moments of the film added unnecessary tension and discomfort, taking away from the overall viewing experience. The lack of a cohesive musical theme throughout the work made it feel disjointed and chaotic, diminishing the impact of the storytelling.

Nancy Roberts

The diverse range of musical styles and textures used in the soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear showcases the creativity and versatility of the composer, enhancing the overall impact of the film.

Kenneth Hall

The music that plays as the different clones of the mom are shown adds a sense of disorientation and confusion, mirroring the chaotic and fragmented nature of the narrative at that point in the film.

Amanda Brown

The music in the scene where the mom drives while addicted to Claridryl effectively conveys her descent into madness and addiction, reflecting her deteriorating mental state through haunting melodies and discordant sounds.

Amanda Thomas

The soundtrack during the crime scene investigation scene is haunting and melancholic, evoking a sense of tragedy and loss that resonates with the emotional depth of the characters involved.

Michelle Hall

The emotional impact of the music during the crime scene investigation scene is palpable, adding depth to the storyline and characters.

Melissa Garcia

The music during the Claridryl ad sequence is jarring and unsettling, effectively conveying the sinister undertones of the fictional product.

Amanda Thompson

Overall, the soundtrack of Unedited Footage of a Bear is a crucial element in creating a truly immersive and unforgettable viewing experience, effectively complementing the dark and twisted themes of the film with its haunting and evocative music.

Kenneth Lopez

The use of sound effects in the bear's natural habitat scene creates a sense of immersion, making the viewer feel like they are right there with the bear.

Lisa Walker

The use of dissonant tones and unsettling melodies in the soundtrack adds an extra layer of tension to the already disturbing visuals, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.