The passion of a lifetime
Dr. Alan Grant is an important character in the famous science fiction film Jurassic Park, adapted from the cult novel by Michael Crichton. The company InGen, under the impulse of its rich president John Hammond, manages to recreate dinosaur eggs using DNA contained in the body of a prehistoric mosquito preserved in amber. After several attempts, they manage to give birth to several dinosaurs of different species and John Hammond realizes his project to make an amusement park where the public can discover these incredible animals. But before the opening to the public and after a first accident, John Hammond is forced to bring several specialists to the island where the dinosaurs are located in order to verify the safety and the viability of the project. Dr. Alan Grant is a paleontologist and although his colleague Ellie Sattler is concerned about how InGen has been playing with the laws of nature, Grant is fascinated to see these animals alive when he has only studied their bones all his life. However, Sattler’s concerns are proven correct when the park’s security is turned off at night and the dinosaurs begin to emerge from their enclosure.