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Credited cast:
David Acton ...
Sir James Clark Ross
Geraldine Alexander ...
Lady Jane Franklin
Andrew Alston ...
Sir William Edward Perry
Sir James Graham
Andrew Rai Berzins ...
Alistair Findlay ...
Sir John Richardson
Colin George ...
Sir Francis Beaufort
Sir John Barrow
Guy Oliver-Watts ...
John Rae
Sir George Back
James Wallace ...
William Coppin


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Superb storytelling.
15 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

'Passage' achieves something truly special in telling the story of John Rae and his remarkable journeys. In recognising that there's more to a story than the story itself, John Walker blends established techniques to create a wonderful, rich hybrid documentary that paints a full picture of a man and his times, the lands he travelled through, the people he met and the struggles he endured. Walker's choices in switching narrative viewpoints, in sparing use of dramatic re-creation and in bringing the modern world face-to-face with the Victorian are the sign of a fine director at ease with his craft and one who credits his audience with the intelligence to follow his line. A landmark documentary.

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