There's a really good French movie called "The Sorceress" (La Sorciere). It's set in the 1500's, I believe, and it's about a monk working for the Inquisition coming to a small town and giving the local herbalist a bunch of crap about being a heretic. I feel like it speaks to the issue of rewilding because it's like the origin of when we began to be officially disconnected, or afraid to be connected because we'd get "in trouble." The herbalist is completely in tune with nature, the seasons, the people's needs, etc., and the monk is operating purely on doctrine and religious law, which means he's completely out of touch with reality. They have some fascinating discussions, and some really eye opening things happen. For example, this one guy gets in trouble with royalty and is imprisoned. His wife comes to see him, bringing their infant child along. The guy is being starved to death for his punishment, so the guards check the wife to make sure she's not smuggling food in. When she gets in there, she takes his weakened head into her lap and breastfeeds him. To me, it's the most in your face, awesome scene of making use of whatever resources you have in a survival situation, and also fooling people who are too out of touch to realize what's going on, because obviously she had an infant with her, so of course she "has food"... Anyway, worth watching, for sure.