Map Of The Human Heart

Cult New Zealand director Vincent Ward (THE NAVIGATOR) pushes perhaps a little too hard for popularity with this oddly truncated, though engrossing, epic. Young Avik (Robert Joamie) is a mixed white-Inuit boy living with his grandmother (Jayko Pitseolak) in the Arctic Canadian settlement of Nunataaq in 1931. He attaches himself to a British cartographer...read more

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Map Of The Human Heart - Official Trailer
02:08 — Two childhood lovers, one an Eskimo and the other Metis, meet up again after many years of separation due to their cultural differences.

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  • Released: 1993
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Cult New Zealand director Vincent Ward (THE NAVIGATOR) pushes perhaps a little too hard for popularity with this oddly truncated, though engrossing, epic. Young Avik (Robert Joamie) is a mixed white-Inuit boy living with his grandmother (Jayko Pitseolak… (more)

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