The Legend of Sarila
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Far North. Autumn 1910. An encampment of Inuit nomads is threatened by famine. The situation is dire as day after day the hunters return empty-handed. Unknown to anyone, the tribe's shaman Croolik has embraced the dark arts and this is the true reason behind the disappearance of all the animals. The clan's wise woman Saya recalls the legend of Sarila, a promised land hidden among the glaciers, where wild game is said to be plentiful. Legend has it that only the pure of heart may enter this hallowed place. (C) Official SIte
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"Adventure tale about Inuit youths is spirited but perilous."
‑ Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
"The Legend of Sarila grafts a veneer of Inuit culture onto a very formulaic story that borrows heavily from mainstream American animation."
‑ Charles Solomon, Animation Scoop
"Quebec makes a successful foray into the world of digital 3D animation with this Inuit-inspired tale of the life-changing adventures of three teenagers in a far North ravaged by famine."
‑ Jeff Heinrich, Montreal Gazette
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