Poster

Picture of His Life ()


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World renowned wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum has one final photographic dream remaining - to photograph a Polar Bear underwater, while swimming alongside it.

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Adam Ravetch ...
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Howard Rosenstein ...
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Directed by

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Dani Menkin
Yonatan Nir

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Dani Menkin ... (writer)
 
Yonatan Nir ... (writer)

Produced by

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Maor Azran ... associate producer
Andy Byatt ... executive producer
Mirit Eisen ... executive producer
Ori Eisen ... executive producer
Roger Fishman ... co-producer
Almog Gurevich ... post producer
Dani Menkin ... producer
Yonatan Nir ... producer
Nancy Spielberg ... executive producer

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Chris Gubisch

Cinematography by

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Dan Lior
Yonatan Nir
Adam Ravetch

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Tali Goldenberg ... (as Taly Goldenberg)
Shlomi Shalom
Martin Singer

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Drew Lahat ... additional editor
Noam Levy ... additional editor

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Philippe Gozlan ... dialogue editor / sound editor / sound effects editor / sound mixer

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Jeff Goelz ... digital effects

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Plot Summary

World renowned wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum has one final photographic dream remaining - to photograph a Polar Bear underwater, while swimming alongside it. The film follows Amos in the Canadian Arctic, as he prepares for his ultimate challenge. As the journey unfolds, so does an intimate and painful story of dedication, sacrifice and personal redemption.

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Also Known As
  • Temunat Hayav (Israel, Hebrew title)
  • Temunat hayav
  • Картины в его жизни (Russia)
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  • 72 min
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