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The Legend of Sarila (2013)

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

Director:

Nancy Florence Savard (as Nancy Savard)

Writers:

Roger Harvey, Paul Risacher (english adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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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 Holly Uloth ... Jiniak (voice) (as Holly O'Brien)
Dawn Ford ... Tayara (voice)
Natar Ungalaaq ... Ukpik (voice)
Elisapie Isaac Elisapie Isaac ... Sedna (voice)
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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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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 May 2013 (United Arab Emirates) See more »

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Sarila See more »

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Budget:

$15,000,000 (estimated)
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Also known in the U.K. as 'An Eskimo Tale' - seen in 2017 on Sky TV under this title. See more »

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An entirely Canadian 3D stereoscopic animated film See more »

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Charming Animation from Inuit Culture
8 February 2015 | by dreysonSee all my reviews

I think a 5.3 rating here is completely undeserving. It's a wonderful re-imaging of Inuit traditions, myths and legends.

The animation is solid and it's true to its source material. The evil spirits could be a little too scary for under 6s, but this story aims for the 8 - 12 age anyhow, and for that age group it's a wonderful adventure tale with a rich respect for cultures.

A nice Sunday afternoon film for the family, so give it a go if it's on TV or rent it. Sure it's not a must own film, but its charming enough and definitely better than many of the animated sequels pumping in hundreds of million into studio pockets.


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