"Nanook of the North"
"Nanook of the North" was directed by Robert Flaherty in 1922. The film is remarkable because it is the first of its kind. Many consider this film to be the first documentary ever made. Nanook chronicles the often-brutal relationship between humans and nature's unforgiving elements. Over the course of a year, the movie's subjects--Inuit Nanook and his family--must hunt, fish, and build an igloo to survive in the pristine but inhospitable environs of Canada's frozen Hudson Bay region. No film before Nanook had endeavored to put the real lives of real people on the theatrical screen. …
- "Nanook of the North"
- 2 Poems one about knowing your about to die , 2nd one about a unborn baby asking to just have a chance to live.
- Vilhelms Purvītis
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