Yan Thoreau, a Metis trapper, and his wife, Marie, live in the Canadian wilderness near Hudson Bay just after the turn of the century. Thoreau is framed for murder by a sinister young man, ... See full summary »

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Blake / Philip Thornton
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Yan Thoreau
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Marie Thoreau
François-Eric Gendron ...
Jean de Gravois
Edward Meeks ...
Fitzgerald
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Pastamoo
Joseph Rezwin ...
Auctioneer
Edwin Gerard ...
Malone
Maïté Nahyr ...
Veuve Breault
Olivier Siou ...
Tommy
Glenda Stevens ...
Iowaka
Raine Pare-Coull ...
Kereesin
Karine Wawanolet ...
Young Indian
Angie-Pepper O'Bomsawin ...
Young Indian (as Angie O'Bamsawin)
Pascal Guégan ...
Caporal Blake
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Yan Thoreau, a Metis trapper, and his wife, Marie, live in the Canadian wilderness near Hudson Bay just after the turn of the century. Thoreau is framed for murder by a sinister young man, who arrives at the nearby settlement in the guise of a Mountie, and sets off to bring Thoreau to "justice". Written by Marg Baskin <marg@asd.raytheon.ca>

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Rated PG-13 for violence and a scene of nudity | See all certifications »
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Beautiful scenery, shame about the film
16 November 2000 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This was a film with a lot of potential; great plot, wonderful location and the additional interest of dealing with both the Cree and Metis cultures. Such a shame that it came across as very stilted with most of the drama lost through too deliberate a presentation.

Michael Biehn showed his true professionalism, managing to smooth - and steal - any scene in which he appeared, giving his character a wonderful three-dimensional feel. Unfortunately, this made the rest of the cast appear even more wooden through the direct comparison.

This is definitely a film for only the Michael Biehn die-hards and those interested in seeing some great snow scenery.


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