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Daughters of the Country: 'Ikwe' (1986)

TV Movie  |   |  Drama  |  1986 (Canada)
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A young Ojibwa girl from 1770 marries a Scottish fur trader and leaves home for the shores of Georgian Bay.

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Angus
Hazel King ...
Ikwe
Gladys Taylor ...
N'okom
Patrick Bruyère ...
Chejauk (as Patrick Bruyere)
William Ballantyne ...
Bluecoat
Vicky Klyne ...
Ikwe's Mother
Marion Moneyas ...
Ningik
Jamie Hardisty ...
Nigeeg
Sarah Peebles ...
Anoquat
Kim McCaw ...
Scott
Wally McSween ...
Dugald
David Gillies ...
MacDonald
Blake Taylor ...
Lussier
Claude Plourde ...
Voyageur
James Davies ...
Voyageur
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A young Ojibwa girl from 1770 marries a Scottish fur trader and leaves home for the shores of Georgian Bay.

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Well-done, historically true...
25 October 2001 | by (Calgary, Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie in a Western Canadian history class. Good film-discusses the darker side of the fur trade and contact between Europeans and Aboriginals 200 years ago. The film is about a young woman who is encouraged by her father (the chief) to marry a European fur trader. The relationship serves as a metaphor for the clash of cultures.


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