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Two isolated families meet for a summertime celebration. Food is abundant and the future seems bright, but Ningiuq, a wise old woman, sees her world as fragile and moves through it with a pervasive sense of dread. Ningiuq and her grandson... See more »

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Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq ...
Apak
Madeline Ivalu ...
Ninioq
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Maniq
Mary Qulitalik ...
Kuutujuk
Tumasie Sivuarapik ...
Kukik

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Marie-Hélène Cousineau ... (co-director)
Madeline Ivalu ... (co-director)

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Susan Avingaq ... ()
 
Marie-Hélène Cousineau ... ()
 
Madeline Ivalu ... ()
 
Jørn Riel ... (novel)

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Norman Cohn ... executive producer
Zacharias Kunuk ... executive producer
Stephane Rituit ... producer

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Anna McGarrigle
Kate McGarrigle
Joel Zifkin

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Norman Cohn
Félix Lajeunesse

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Norman Cohn
Marie-Hélène Cousineau
Louise Dugal
Félix Lajeunesse

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Richard Lessard ... digital intermediate colorist

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Susan Avingaq

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Susan Avingaq

Costume Design by

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Atuat Akkitirq

Art Department

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Barbara Chandler ... scenic painter
Mélanie McNicoll ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Claude Beaugrand ... supervising sound editor
Jean-Philippe Bérubé ... boom operator
Olivier Calvert ... sound editor
Arnaud Derimay ... sound recordist
Natalie Fleurant ... dialogue editor
Bernard Gariépy Strobl ... re-recording mixer
Richard Lavoie ... sound
Andy Malcolm ... foley artist
Vanessa Marshak ... foley recording assistant
Ike Ungalaaq ... sound
Don White ... foley recording mixer

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Emmanuel Béhier Migeon ... underwater cinematographer

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Plot Summary

Two isolated families meet for a summertime celebration. Food is abundant and the future seems bright, but Ningiuq, a wise old woman, sees her world as fragile and moves through it with a pervasive sense of dread. Ningiuq and her grandson Maniq are dropped off on a remote island, where, every year, the family dries the catch and stores it for winter. The task is soon finished. As summer turns to fall, they wait in vain for the others to pick them up. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Before Tomorrow (Canada, English title)
  • До завтра (Russia)
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  • 93 min
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Budget CAD3,500,000 (estimated)

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