The Hunter (2012)
It came as something of a surprise that Australia has an actual forest, but it does. And the film "The Hunter," takes full advantage of the lush scenery. The film is an Australian production. At last check, NetFlix wasn't carrying it, but I located this worthwhile movie on Amazon for a kind of pricey download -- which is what I did.
Brief synopsis: Willem DaFoe is hired by the "Red Leaf" corporation to track down the probable last remaining Tasmanian tiger on the planet, as the corporation believes it can develop new bio-weapons based on the animal's unique DNA.
DaFoe takes the job but nothing goes smoothly. His accommodations are with a small, but intrusive family. He looks for lodgings elsewhere but can't find any. The family consists of a mother with two children -- a young boy and girl. The mother appears to be negligent in her duties, due to a dependency on pharmaceutical prescriptions (i.e., she is passed out through nearly half the film). Reluctantly DaFoe steps in to do the essentials. He bathes the wife and keeps the kids fed. All of this is mere distraction from his primary mission. But, not entirely. Each effort he makes in helping them brings him closer emotionally. He makes periodic trips into the highlands, finally coming across a cave that is a likely den for the Tasmanian tiger. But there is no mistaking the fact that someone else is on the same hunt -- someone that is spoiling DaFoe's traps and leaving behind other calling cards. One primary suspect is the father of the abandoned family -- since his son uses stationery with the Red Leaf corporation logo on the reverse side. The locals, including Sam Neil, figure that the missing husband had an accident while hunting and is probably dead.