To me there were good and bad things about the documentary Greath North. The positives things are the stunning cinematography of the landscapes of the Arctic, the wildlife images of the caribou and other animals and the informative narrating about everything concerning this isolated region of the world. I watched it on my big screen television so I can imagine it must be even more impressive in an IMAX theater. But I'm a vegetarian and so I don't like to watch animal abuse or killings, so the part about the long-standing Inuit traditions and their ways to get food to survive is just not a thing I find interesting to watch. I get that they need to find food but watching them killing a seal or watching men hearding reindeers into a coral to mark them isn't a thing I enjoyed. So it will just be a one time viewing for me.
Martin J. Dignard and William Reeve examine the landscape of the Arctic and long-standing Inuit traditions.
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