[Rasmus is preparing to leave town]
Did you talk to your son?
I went there. I can see why he despises me.
You can't go till you've made up with your son.
I can only make up with him if I go. My soul is so sick that I can be nobody's father.
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It's something a little different, and perhaps, this is probably one of the fewest successful films produced and filmed exclusively all in Greenland. The movie is based on conflicts within a family, between modern and traditional cultures. Unfortunately, it ended with a few tragedies, including one in the family. However, such conflicts do exist there in Greenland. If you travel there one day, you may find in the larger towns anything from buses and Mercedes-Benz taxis, to apartment blocks and pubs playing modern hit music. Yet there are still natives who are very proud of their own traditions and do not like the change that the western world has brought them. And in many cases, its younger versus the older generation.
Not only this movie has a moving tale, it will also introduce you Greenland's vast, yet hauntingly beautiful wilderness. Just seeing its fascinating land & icescapes gets my high credits from me.
Worth a watch, give it a try!
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