Josephine (Binoche) travels to the hostile icy landscape of the remote North in search of her explorer husband. As winter descends and determined not to turn back she finds companionship with an Inuit woman (Kikuchi). With the elements against them and their survival reliant on each other it becomes clear they are waiting for a man they both love.
The film was mainly shot in a studio with the cast and crew only spending 10 days in Norway to shoot. Juliette Binoche admitted that is was sweltering hot during the shooting because of the lights in the studio and the clothes they were wearing. See more »
The Cold speak itself!!!
If this story isn't accurate is another problem, but what l did see in the movie is cold like the wind, Juliette Binoche playing a petulant wife trying to track down your famous husband who going to reach the north polo, the story is good but the middle to the end increase a little, the final scene when Allaka decided to stay due your son's death wasn't fully clear that happenings is true or not, because Allaka didn't able to tell his own story, about all remains is pretty decent production.
First watch: 2017 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7
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