The film interweaves the reality of Inuit life with the story of their challenge to both the anti-sealing industry and those nations that mine resources on Inuit lands while simultaneously destroying the main sustainable economy available to the people who live there.
DIRECTED BY ALETHEA ARNAQUQ-BARIL
CANADA | 2016 | ENGLISH, INUIT W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES | 85 MINUTES
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Seal meat is a staple food for the Inuit people, and many of the pelts are sold to offset the extraordinary cost of hunting. Inuit are spread across extensive lands and waters, and their tiny population is faced with a disproportionate responsibility for protecting the environment. They are pushi...