(DOCUMENTARY) As befits a man who routinely violated Klaus Kinski's personal space, director Werner Herzog has always had an affinity for the tooth and claw aspect of nature. His magnificent new documentary about Timothy Treadwell, a childlike bear enthusiast who spent 13 years in the Alaskan wilderness before becoming all-too-literally consumed by his passions, may well be his ultimate work. Was Treadwell a holy fool, or just a fatally deluded moron? Herzog isn't letting his subject, or his audience, off that easy. (See Movie Times, p. 91, for more info.)