I’m sure most of you have been up late at night and, while stumbling upon the PBS staple, Alone In The Wilderness, have felt a complacency that you very badly wanted to last until the sun came up. Dick Proenneke shot a bunch of 16mm footage while he lived in a cabin of his making up at Twin Lakes, Alaska in the late 60s. This fella isn’t about what bugs to eat while you’re lost in the woods trying to make your way back to civilization. He’s sourdough bread, bacon fat, ram meat, and blueberry jam. The book is better, but we’ll save that for another day.