Nanook of the North (1922)
Robert J.Flaherty's non-fiction, silent documentary film, "Nanook of the North (1922)" was about the everyday life of Nanook, Nahla, his wife, Ollie his eldest son and Rainbow his youngest child. Their daily struggle to survive in a harsh and unforgiving environment of an icy land near Inukjuaq, on Hudson Bay in arctic Quebec, Canada Eskimos (Inuit) included hunting, fishing, trading, and migrating with little or no industrial technology. Flaherty took his camera to one of the most unexpected place to not only write, but also to direct, produce, shoot, and edit the whole film. …
- 2 Poems one about knowing your about to die , 2nd one about a unborn baby asking to just have a chance to live.
- Nanook of the North (1922)
- Vilhelms Purvītis
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