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Le dernier trappeur (2004)

A trapper and his wife brave the harsh Yukon climate, trecherous landscape and dangerous wildlife in an attempt to live a life of solitude.

Director:

Nicolas Vanier

Writer:

Nicolas Vanier
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Cast

Credited cast:
Norman Winther Norman Winther ... Himself
May Loo May Loo ... Herself
Alex Van Bibber Alex Van Bibber ... Himself
Ken Bolton Ken Bolton ... Himself
Denny Denison Denny Denison ... Himself
Robert Lafleur Robert Lafleur ... Himself
Alain Lemaire Alain Lemaire ... Himself
Christopher Lewis Christopher Lewis ... Himself
Roy Ness Roy Ness ... Himself
Kaori Torigai Kaori Torigai ... Himself (as Kaori Toregai)
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Jean-Yves Chatelais Jean-Yves Chatelais ... Norman (French version) (voice)
Christian Dingman Christian Dingman ... Himself
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A trapper and his wife brave the harsh Yukon climate, trecherous landscape and dangerous wildlife in an attempt to live a life of solitude.

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English | French

Release Date:

15 December 2004 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó prémvadász See more »

Filming Locations:

Yukon, Canada

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$1,274,592 (France), 7 January 2005
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2.35 : 1
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Norman Winther: My happiness has a lot to do with how I relate to the land around me. I don't just admire it, I'm a part of it. People should have never lost contact with nature. We need to share with the environment. If human kind is to survive, we have to start living with nature not against it.
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Referenced in Paris, je t'aime (2006) See more »

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By the rivers dark
Written and Performed by Leonard Cohen
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Changes and Peril
10 November 2008 | by hsilberstein-1See all my reviews

I lately bought the DVD - the landscape is astoundingly filmed, the music is a little similar to the movie of JEREMIAH JOHNSON (the first lines of the music sound like stolen) but the behavior of Norman is sure sometimes very strange and "more than a little stupid" as to say for someone who spent a lifetime in the wild of Yukon: sledging over a lake that just has been frozen (!), pushing his sled up a steep hill..., sledging a crevice in deep snow..., trying to shoot an elk and not hitting it..., building a nest that Nebaska is trying to climb up and brakes down.... and most disturbing not listening to his fine subtle Nebaska Mary Loo....Anyway - Vanier has done a good job: he shows a periled area in the North which is vanishing not only by the loggers as well of climate change!


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