The Journals of Knud Rasmussen
Based on the journal of Knud Rasmussen's "Great Sled Journey" of 1922 across arctic Canada. The film is shot from the perspective of the Inuit, showing their traditional beliefs and lifestyle. It tells the story of the last great Inuit shaman and his beautiful and headstrong daughter; the shaman must decide whether to accept the Christian religion that is converting the Inuit across Greenland.
- Stars:Pakak Innuksuk, Leah Angutimarik, Neeve Irngaut, Natar Ungalaaq, Samueli Ammaq, Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, Catherine Alaralak, Abraham Ulayuruluk, Jens Jørn Spottag, Kim Bodnia, Jakob Cedergren, Tommy Uttak, Apayata Kotierk, Cora Akkitirq, Racheal Uyarasuk,
- Country:Canada, Denmark, Greenland
- Director:Norman Cohn, Zacharias Kunuk,
- Writer:Eugene Ipkarnak (Inuktitut dialogue), Madeline Ivalu (Inuktitut dialogue), Herve Paniaq (Inuktitut dialogue), Pauloosie Qulitalik (Inuktitut dialogue)
A portrayal of the lives of the last great Inuit shaman, Avva, and his beautiful and headstrong daughter, Apak. Based on the journals of 1920s Danish ethnographer Knud Rasmussen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Journals of Knud Rasmussen torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Can't figure out what was the "Oscar worthy" performance in this. While I adored Emma Watson, neither the acting nor the movie was more than a bleh! Sorry.
(br) wrote: Well crafted, but not necessarily scary.
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(gb) wrote: A true independent movie with a distinct voice and vision.
(es) wrote: Cute! I could have done with out the credits!
(ca) wrote: Shocking, bold and unpredictable.
(jp) wrote: Horrific acting and a dreadful script make this movie unwatchable.
(fr) wrote: I LOVE SUSPENSES SO MANY TWIST LOVE SUSPENSES BUT HOW MANY TWIST U WANT KINDA REMIND ME OF BASIC INSTINT
(ag) wrote: My Danny Kaye favorite.
(it) wrote: I have always liked Drillbit Taylor. It was a fun movie for me to watch as a kid and I still enjoy it today. Its a very simple, average plot for a teen movie. Owen Wilson fits well with teens and they do bring some laughs and silly gags that are like able at times but at others just bleh. The movie isnt a classic but suitable to be amusing enough.
(jp) wrote: Really fun and clever film.