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The Snow Walker

The book The Snow Walker was made into the movie The Snow Walker.

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Book details for The Snow Walker

The Snow Walker was written by Farley Mowat. The book was published in 1975 by Stackpole Books. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Farley Mowat also wrote Never Cry Wolf (1963).

 

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Central to Farley Mowat's writing is his quest to understand the often-forgotten native people of the vast arctic wilderness. In this moving collection, he allows these people to describe in their own words the adventures they experience as they struggle ... Read More
Central to Farley Mowat's writing is his quest to understand the often-forgotten native people of the vast arctic wilderness. In this moving collection, he allows these people to describe in their own words the adventures they experience as they struggle to survive in an isolated, untamed land. Stories of survival and courage, of superstition and fate, of uncompromising loyalty to family and tribe are presented here; offering a vivid portrait of a people whose existence is often beyond the comprehension of modern man. Inspiration for the major motion picture from Infinity Media and First Look International

Movie details for The Snow Walker

The movie was released in 2003 and directed by Charles Martin Smith. The Snow Walker was produced by First Look Pictures. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Barry Pepper, Annabella Piugattuk, James Cromwell, Kiersten Warren, Jon Gries, Robin Dunne, Greg Spottiswood, Brad Sihvon, Samson Jorah, Malcolm Scott (IV) and Michael Bublé.

 

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When the plane carrying Charlie Halliday, a maverick bush pilot and a sick, young, Inuit woman, Kanaalaq, crashes hundreds of miles from civilization, they are at the mercy of nature's worst. While search parties try to find the downed plane Charlie decid... Read More
When the plane carrying Charlie Halliday, a maverick bush pilot and a sick, young, Inuit woman, Kanaalaq, crashes hundreds of miles from civilization, they are at the mercy of nature's worst. While search parties try to find the downed plane Charlie decides to trek overland promising the woman that he will return with help. Despite her weakened condition, she follows Charlie and nurses him back to health when insects, cold and starvation threaten to kill him shortly after he leaves. Kanaalaq teaches him the skills he will need to survive and he comes to respect her wisdom and love her valiant spirit as they each set out into the wilderness. Each will find a startling and solitary destiny in the beautiful and stark tundra. An adventure story that will move and inspire you as it touches your heart.