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UVANGA Trailer

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07 octobre 2013

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A Montréal woman and her 14-year-old son travel to the High Arctic so he can meet his late father’s Inuit family for the first time.

An Arnait Video Productions & Kunuk Cohn Productions Productions

UVANGA, THE MOVIE / PORTRAIT OF CHILDREN

uvangamovie.com

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Durée:

2m

Tagged:

ift_community_Igloolik, Madeline Ivalu, Marianne Farley, Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Portrait of Children

Toutes les langues:

English

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