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Long Way North
- Christa Theret

Overview - In 19th century Russia, a young aristocrat named Sasha worries about her missing grandfather, whose ship disappeared at sea. In spite of her father's disapproval, she embarks on a quest to convince a sailing crew that she alone knows the real path her grandfather's ship took, and that he can still be found in the Arctic.  Read more...

 
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Overview

In 19th century Russia, a young aristocrat named Sasha worries about her missing grandfather, whose ship disappeared at sea. In spite of her father's disapproval, she embarks on a quest to convince a sailing crew that she alone knows the real path her grandfather's ship took, and that he can still be found in the Arctic. Directed by Rémi Chayé, whose previous animation credits include THE SECRET OF KELLS.

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    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
  • Run Time: 81
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 826663172034
  • Genre: Children's Video
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Release Date: January 2017

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Movies > Action/Adventure

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Adventure
Animation

 
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"LONG WAY NORTH is a different vision, using clear-defined colors, shapes and shadows for hand-drawn beauty, giving the film a bold, intricately-cut-construction-paper look." - 09/30/2016 RogerEbert.com


"LONG WAY NORTH is a complete pleasure, a gorgeous piece of wide-screen animation that is as delightful as it is unexpected." - 09/29/2016 Los Angeles Times


"The frosty landscapes have a subtle beauty, pale and sometimes shrouded in mist, giving the film a very different look from what often comes out of the big studios -- somber, which is appropriate to the story." - 09/29/2016 New York Times


"LONG WAY NORTH combines thrilling ad­ven­ture with a slightly somber mood. It’s a beautiful trip..." - 10/13/2016 Washington Post

 
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