Born in the jungles of Borneo, Nenette is a 40-year-old orangutan and the oldest (and most beloved) inhabitant at the Managerie du Jardin des Plantes Zoo in Paris. The latest film by legendary French documentarian Nicolas Philibert (To Be And to Have), Nenette is a captivating study of an enigmatic animal and our relationship to her. Animals & More Animals: The zoological department of the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris was about 25 years was closed to the public when it was in 1992 with a great restoration began. Thousands of stuffed animals had to be dusted off and restored. Meanwhile insights into the method of presentation has changed significantly: curators asked not wish to classic lions that are frozen in a bloody attack on the curious public. Philibert paints a dreamy picture of a visitor who wander around in a bizarre world where everything from prehistory to the present exist side by side.