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Current Rating: 3.23

Current Rating: 3.23

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  • Awesome. Beautifully done. IF one is willing to open one's mind to a different way of making a movie, and if one is willing to look, listen, feel, & think as one watches.
  • Taking into account the physical environment, the weather, risks and history (as to inter-relationships, Inuk vs. white, day-to-day practical matters and with regard to religious beliefs), the finished product (post edit) represents an extraordinarily valuable contribution to the record of evolving societies, a contribution unlikely to appeal to inward-looking urbanites and Tom Cruise fans.
  • A brilliant piece of filmmaking but those with short attention spans or not much upstairs should stay away.
  • Very disappointing after Atanarjuat. Just another attempt at creating something profound resulting in a dull movie.
  • Visually very rich but i wish there were more historical accounts made of the traditional beliefs, customs, and taboos. I think the movie cuts way too short when we only see the quite terse contrast between the two worlds. i also don`t want to give a bad impression of the Christian world coming in. It is a noted fact that people who converted into Christianity were people were already part of a law system, not barbaric or aesists which was very obviously that the Inuit had a rich value system of rights and wrongs but the way Christianity is seen is particularly bad. We shouldn`t forget that the Inuit religiousity were, in principle, the r
  • Not for everyone but an interesting film.
  • very good
  • It’s a good portrayal of Inuit life and the influences that the white man had on them, but if that’s not your interest, go see something else.
  • rental at most
  • pretty bad. other better movies to spend money on.

The Journals of Knud Rasmussen

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  112 min.
Release Date: September 29, 2006
DVD: May 22, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 3.23
based on 102 votes and 10 reviews
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Cast: Pakkak Innukshuk, Leah Angutimarik, Jens Jorn Spottag, Jakob Cedergren, Kim Bodnia, Neeve Utak, Samuelie Ammaq, Sofie Danielson