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also known as National Parks Project: Sirmilik National Park

Sirmilik2011

  • 4.0
As filmed by Zacharias Kunuk and scored by Andrew Whiteman, Dean Stone and Tanya Tagag, Sirmilik ("Place of Glaciers") National Park in Nunavut, in the Arctic Cordillera of Canada, is a place of mighty mountains blanketed by snow in winter and denuded brown rocks in summer. An Inuit man talks of how his father taught him to hunt and predict the weather. Now, the old man gets the weather wrong, something has changed. Civilization has come to this remote region in more ways than one. Another entry in Canada's National Parks Project. - Marilyn Ferdinand

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Elegant camera work showing a vanishing landscape and a way of life already drifting away. A sobering perspective of people for whom global warming isn't a looming threat in the future, but a current problem.

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Elegant camera work showing a vanishing landscape and a way of life already drifting away. A sobering perspective of people for whom global warming isn't a looming threat in the future, but a current problem.

1 member likes this review
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very cold looking way of life is changing nothing stays the same hate cold weather

excellent photography