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0:50 : When the chief gives directions for the big walk, (1) he says that 85 grades is West, but it's East 13.5°, (2) the track passes back at the departure point and (3) finishes at 3km from departure point at 340-grades bearing = 215° See more »
This movie illustrates well what a scoutmaster goes through during a scout camp. His efforts are rarely seen and appreciated enough by the community, or the scouts themselves. This work is an appreciation to those who volunteer and dedicate part of their time/life to raise better generations, and make the world a better place.
It is so deep and authentic that I can tell the producer has been a Scout at some point of his life... It reminds me a bit of the Police Academy Series, but in a cuter, unique style. The movie's original language is French, I'm not sure if an English version is available.
Salute to all Scoutmasters all over the world! :)
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