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Arctic Tale (2007)

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Two narratives -- the life cycle of a mother walrus and her calf, and the life of a polar bear and her cubs -- are used to illustrate the harsh realities of existence in the Arctic.

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Michael Huang ... Kid in End Credits
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Dante Pastula ... Kid in End Credits
Peyton Pearson ... Kid in End Credits
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Ke'ala Valencia ... Kid in End Credits
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Two narratives -- the life cycle of a mother walrus and her calf, and the life of a polar bear and her cubs -- are used to illustrate the harsh realities of existence in the Arctic.

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A real adventure in the coolest place on earth See more »


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17 August 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Call of the North  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$22,607, 29 July 2007, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$833,308, 21 October 2007
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Connections

Spin-off Arctic Tale (2007) See more »

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Written and performed by Ben Harper
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A touching movie with a good cause that delivers the message!
27 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

I don't see this as a standard documentary, or a documentary at all. This movie is about the lives of animals in the Arctic. Tough life as it is, and ones that become impossible because human race forgot that we have neighbors.

The movie doesn't try to teach you anything that most of use don't already know, but its doing a great job in creating a loving, compassionate emotions to the wonderful animals of the arctic that fight harder and harder every year just to survive. The story is sweet and touching, and the images are beautiful and make your love flow.

The only reason I give this movie a top rate is because (and I've waited the whole movie to see if they would) at the end it lets each of us help the arctic animals in their fight in the changing climate. The movie is doing so by giving the viewer simple, understandable tips for reducing energy consumption.

No one is asking for any donations here, or special effort, but only giving us suggestions for making minor changes in our way of life so these wonderful arctic creatures don't have to suffer any drastic changes in theirs and so they can avoid extinction. I would like my grandchildren to enjoy fresh films about arctic life and instead of watching movies like this as an evidence to the lives of species that are long gone.

Show it to your children, your friends, and everyone you can, to make them re-discover the love to nature we all buried under so much work and stress...and do something about it!


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