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Nanook of the North

Standing the test of time, this groundbreaking silent film detailing the harsh existence of an Eskimo tribe living on the shores of Canada's Hudson Bay set the standard for many documentaries to follow. The breathtaking outdoor photography and boating scenes will linger long after.

Year: 1922
Genre: Alice's 300 Greatest Films, Documentaries, Silent Films, Best of the 1920s, General Docos, Movies (1001 You Must See Before You Die), Historical, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Robert Flaherty
Duration: 79 Minutes
Rating: G
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