The Retro Camper In The Woods is one of the more famous designs from the movie “The Revenant”. This film really impressed the critics and has become a hit for its brutal portrayal of the polar bear and the human life in the ice age.
In the book, “The Revenant” by Michael Punke, Dean Israelite is the journalist who was supposedly saved by a polar bear named Reynoldson (Reynolds Johnson). It was an incident that would leave the whole world amazed.
Years later, Reynoldson’s wife called Reynoldson to help her in a medical situation with their daughter, Clarice (Albianne Dehea). He goes there and finds a huge bear that attacked the family. He killed it and brought the wounded animal into the camp.
Reynoldson realized that his wife died during the battle and that he should have tried to save her. When the bear attacks again, he kills it. After this, the campers look for him to find out why he killed the bear.
Meanwhile, the campers start making trouble on the ice with the bears as they started digging holes to survive. The campers also tried to trap the bear for food and get rid of the campers, but failed and ended up with frostbite.
The bear remembered James Fox, who had left his cubs alone for days in the freezing cold. It went out to kill him, but James Fox was still alive and left to protect the young cubs from the beast. Thus, the confrontation occurred.
The polar bear was fast because he knew that the campers were waiting for him. His friends came to him with guns and bows to give him one last shot at killing the Revenant, but his weapon is frozen by the campers.
In the end, the bear killed the Revenant. And in the movie, it is the fox that tells the audience how he helped the campers and saved his life.