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Tout en haut du monde (2015)

In 1882, a young Russian aristocrat goes on an epic adventure to find out what happened to her grandfather and save her family's reputation.

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Sasha (voice)
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Oloukine (voice)
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Lund (voice)
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Larson (voice)
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Mowson Prince Tomsky (voice)
Leslie Clack ...
Maloney Recteur (voice)
Juliette Degenne ...
Mother (voice) (as Julienne Degenne)
Vivienne Vernes ...
Olga (voice) (as Vivienne Vermes)
Marc Bretonnière ...
Navy (voice)
Cyrille Monge ...
Mowson (voice)
Bibi Jacob ...
Mere (voice)
Boris Rehlinger ...
Galway (voice)
Rémi Caillebot ...
Larson
Loïc Houdré ...
Lund (voice)
Rémi Bichet ...
Father (voice)
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1882, Saint Petersburg. Sasha, a young Russian aristocrat, has always been fascinated by her grandfather's life as an adventurer. A renowned explorer, he designed a magnificent arctic ship, but he hasn't returned from his last expedition to the North Pole. To save her family's honor, Sasha runs away. Headed towards the Great North, she follows her grandfather's trail in search of his famous ship. Written by pump11

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An epic journey across history, from Saint Petersburg to the far North! See more »


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Rated PG for some peril and mild language | See all certifications »
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30 September 2016 (USA)  »

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Long Way North  »

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€6,000,000 (estimated)
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The basis of the history is in czarist Russia, and there are plenty of Russian letters and words on shops, et al. but the name of the ship is written in latin letters "DAVAI", even though a Russian ship would have the name in Cyrillic. See more »

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Sasha: So where is the North Pole?
Oloukine: On the top of the world! It's very cold there like a white desert. You have to walk for miles and miles on ice fields, with sleighs and dogs. But it's so beautiful... And what do we do when we reach the Pole, my Sashenka?
Sasha: We plant the flag!
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Crazy Credits

During the end credits, a series of stills show the Davai and Sacha returning home. See more »

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What beautiful film!
5 May 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The animation was lovely (it's been a while since I've seen a new animated film).

It took me 10 minutes or so to get stuck into the style (mostly as I don't watch many animations these days), but I soon began to really appreciate the animation flow, textures and in particular the camera positions and lighting which were both really interesting, creative and important to the story in places.

The story itself is simple yet also very rich and moving, with educational messages that everyone should be able to take something from. It's definitely a film that everyone can enjoy: both children and adults. Some moments really struck an emotional chord within me... tears welled up at one point!

Is the story traditional? Have other films been made based on the same story?

I also enjoyed the music, both the soundtrack and the use of "popular style" songs. These took me surprise at first, and I felt sceptical at hearing them... but actually they worked really well, and by the end I was really enjoying their use.

When I have children I hope this will be a film they will love and enjoy, and take with them through to adulthood in the same way that I still have fond memories of some films I watched repeatedly as a kid.


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