A journey along the beautiful west coast of Greenland and its proud Inuit culture. We meet a modern Greenland in an on going struggle fitting in with the many assumptions left by the colonial past and present, trying to reckoning this with the future. 300 years of colonial history has set an imprint in the faces of two nations. In Greenland, we meet a young pregnant woman in the small town of Qeqertarsuaq at her last doctor’s appointment communicating in a language she doesn’t understand. In Copenhagen, a young hunter is trapped in a museum as an eye opening and harsh comment of the Danish way of perceiving the Greenlanders
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Danish theatrical release
The film is reflecting on the colonial history between Denmark and Greenland. It is the artistic debut of Lasse Lau. Kran Film Collective is a Copenhagen- and Brooklyn-based network of international visual artists and filmmakers from outside the traditional roam of filmmaking.
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