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Running Time: 71 minutes
Showtime: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 @ 06:00 PM
Director: Jan van den Berg
Description: [Screening @ the Tiburon Film Socveity]
The Arctic plains are an eminent example of nature’s untouched beauty: an endless nothing in which only few know how to survive. But dangerous pesticides are silently accumulating here, poisoning its inhabitants.
A young Inuit woman investigates the sources of this pollution. Her journey takes her to three different continents, Asia, South- America and Africa, where she is confronted with conflicting interests when it comes to short-term gains and healthy solutions for agriculture, industries and health care.
The recent developments in the Arctic are a disturbing preview of the consequences of structural pollution of the environmental system worldwide.
- Int. Film Festival Hamburg(DE)29 Sep - 10 Oct 2011
- Dutch Film Festival(NL)18 - 30 Sep 2011
- Dutch premiere, Amsterdam(NL)6 Sep 2011
- Pärnu International Film Festival, Estonia(EE)4 - 17 Jul 2011
- ARGUS filmforum, Antwerp(BE)18 May 2011
- Tropic Cinema, Key West(USA)10 Apr 2011
- Movies that Matter, The Hague(NL)27 - 30 Mar 2011
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