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Genres:
Adventure | Documentary
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
796.90M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
86 min
IMDB Rating:
7.4 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
14
Seeds:
21
Peers:
2
Directors: Francis Luta [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Explorer Adam Shoalts embarks on an estimated 4000 km journey across the Canadian Arctic by canoe and on foot, alone.

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Reviews

Just Boring!

I don't know how you can be out in all that wilderness and make such dull footage - you would think that an almost impossible feat! This guy manages to achieve that in spades. 'Course it doesn't help he is completely devoid of any personality what so ever. Nothing ever happens, he sees nothing, he does nothing, he films nothing. I had to turn this off halfway through - someone let me know if he gets eaten by a bear. Utterly pointless expedition by an utterly pointless robot, I mean, person. This is THE most dullest doc ever made!

Should have been a YouTube vlog

Somehow this just came across and very uninteresting.

There isn't much to get the viewer invested.

Should have been a YouTube series.

Some Good Insights: Some Questionable

Yes, it's a rare person to handle the loneliness and physicality and sacrifice to carry two heavy packs and pull/paddle/pole/portage a canoe over challenging terrain for thousands of miles while battling mosquitoes & large biting flies, and the weather, and the unknown of predators.On the other hand the GoPro camera seldom showed the awesomeness of the journey's beauties; mostly we see close ups of our traveler. But then, too, handling a camera while handling everything else is asking a lot. Would have been interesting to know what percentage of the journey was paddling up; paddling down; paddling flat; poling & sail enhanced. What percentage was portaging between water sources.I have no problem with the plane drop of supplies, but outside of a couple of eating berries I didn't see any serious food gathering. Also, I don't think he should be critical, without knowing why, other travelers left their gear.
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