Three young Inuits set off in search of a promised land to save their clan from starvation.


Nancy Florence Savard (as Nancy Savard)


Roger Harvey, Paul Risacher (english adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Plummer ... Croolik (voice)
Rachelle Lefevre ... Apik (voice)
Dustin Milligan ... Markussi (voice)
Tim Rozon ... Poutulik (voice)
Geneviève Bujold ... Saya (voice)
James Kidnie ... Kwatak (voice)
Tyrone Benskin ... Itak (voice)
Angela Galuppo ... Mipoulok (voice)
Elias Toufexis ... Kauji (voice)
Robert Higden ... Arlok (voice)
Sonja Ball Sonja Ball ... Kimi (voice)
Holly Uloth ... Jiniak (voice) (as Holly O'Brien)
Dawn Ford ... Tayara (voice)
Natar Ungalaaq ... Ukpik (voice)
Elisapie Isaac ... Sedna (voice)


Three young Inuits set off in search of a promised land to save their clan from starvation.

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Discover the wonder. Follow the magic. Find the promised land.


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A great movie for family of all ages
19 December 2015 | by huguesptSee all my reviews

I don't understand why this animated movie. I am a 52 year old man in Australia from English background and I would hope the indigenous people of whom this movie is about is fantastic. I believe they may be the "Inuit" I sorry I don't know however it is an entertaining movie with great lessons for everyone from 5 up along with what I thought to be a great and entertaining story. It had a villain, a hero, heroin and a love triangle, comedy, love, tragedy and family ties not just immediate family but their wider community. I would hope the people whom this movie is made after are happy with the result, remembering that stories told by people, handed down over many generations may conflict. I still believe that they would be proud of this story/legend brings together a very wonderful experience. It is definitely a movie that parents will be happy to sit and watch with their children, be as entertained as their children and indeed learn some lesson for the younger, maybe be reminded of somethings for the older watchers. I would hope, and I have not found it, but a second movie with more of the indigenous stories/legends that tie in with the main character. I wish more movies were made about all indigenous peoples movies were made, given more air time and that is as I am sorry to say, many of them will never be the same. I have been told that there is no full blood Maori person in New Zealand left, that is sad I think and more reason why we all need to inspire and encourage movies like this, European history is not the only history and we have our legends like "Robin Hood", "King Arthur" UK and so many more which we all know and love, I add this to a favorite and will do more to know these stories/legends and peoples. The animation is good, it is not a Billion $$ budget however even the opening I thought I was watching 3D as it took me over the landscape, so pretty good indeed.

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Release Date:

16 May 2013 (United Arab Emirates) See more »

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The Legend of Sarila See more »


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$15,000,000 (estimated)

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