Mahi, a 12-yr girl, feels strange emotional and physical changes as she enters puberty and gets involved in an innocent love triangle.
Iman, a rare Sumatran rhino, embarks on a journey through Borneo's rainforest after her mother's loss to poachers. Alone but aided by Piu-Piu, a talkative bird, she faces diverse wildlife and a relentless clouded leopard. Using her mother's spirit, Iman outsmarts the predator. Despite triumph, she feels lost until guided by a wise orangutan to rhino footprints, restoring hope. The film concludes as Iman follows her kind's footprints into an uncertain but promising future.
Several years after her grandfathers had passed away, a young woman recollects her memories of them.
The mysterious arrival of a huge trunk in the garage of Pierre's house turns his life upside down. At 55, with time passing too slowly and dreams gone, loneliness suddenly seems less burdensome. The strange appearance of the object became Pierre's only obsession, and the discovery of its contents, a new goal in life.
lii bufloo aen loo kishkishiw (buffalo wolf memory) honours the memory of the "buffalo wolves," also known as the "prairie wolves," who at one time thrived in the North American grasslands. Wolfers hunted the wolves to extinction by the turn of the 20th century. I reflect on the wolves extinction, distant memories of ancestors, lost language, and the bison who roam the grasslands today.
On his inaugural day as wildlife inspector, the young and idealistic Zharas teams up with the seasoned Asylbek against poachers in the steppe's expansive wilderness, where they confront moral quandaries, clash due to divergent methods, and forge an improbable connection in their mission to safeguard endangered species. Amidst the precarious realm of nature and their conflicting ideologies, they must navigate a challenging path to uphold the delicate harmony between mankind and wildlife.