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Current Rating: 4.57

Current Rating: 4.57

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  • 5 stars its a pretty good movie
  • 1 stars "i am close to 6o years of age and did trap weasels muskrat and beaver and snare rabbits for bait,when i was in my early years in n.e. saskatchewan. i can sympathise with the bitter cold as frozen fingers and toes were common then." Yes, you certainly wouldn't want to sympathize with the beavers and rabbits who must have suffered long and agonizing deaths ensnared in your traps...
  • 5 stars we watched the movie with my 6 year old grandson,he keeps asking to watch it again.i am close to 6o years of age and did trap weasels muskrat and beaver and snare rabbits for bait,when i was in my early years in n.e. saskatchewan. i can sympathise with the bitter cold as frozen fingers and toes were common then. Great movie.
  • Canada's north is really the last of the wild frontier! What an amazing film! I think every Canadian needs to see this film.
  • Some of the movie is obviously contrived and the whole shtick about nature needs man to maintain "balance" is a heck of a stretch. Otherwise, nice cinematography.
  • Unbelievable that someone still lives like this. I wish I could have an experience like this and be able to live in the mountains escaping the city/town life. I have the upmost respect for this man.
  • cinematography is captivating acting is true and honest important to capture this way of life on film
  • Remarkable and inspiring
  • It`s things like this that makes you appreciate life a little more. If only everyone had his heart, what a beautiful world this would be. You are an insparation. Thank you Norman for a real eye opener on life. I had a heart attack in Aug 2006 and my life and my whole excistance did not look and feel very good. After watching this movie things began to look up and my attitude changed into a positive outlook on life. I am in the Canadian armed forces posted at CFB Gagetown NB. My what can I really say, Again thank you Norman from the bottom of my heart. I could only wish I could have your life. I dog, A Black Lab, Thanks you to and I think he
  • This is reality TV at its best.The movie contains the answers to the delimas of technocracy inspired bio-degradation of the planet. Bradberry gave us a glimsp in an immaginative way,but this modern day Thorough shows us pragmatically what `modern` man must do; return to a balanced communion with mother earth and take what we need and protect the rest for future generations.

The Last Trapper

Genre:  Documentary | Running Time:  100 min.
Release date:  March 17, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  November 21, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 4.57
based on 337 votes and 23 reviews
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