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North American premiere

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Nine-year-old Torarin and his sister are over the moon when their parents bring home two baby camels—the only camels who live above the Arctic Circle—to live with them in Hammerfest, the northernmost city in the world. They plan to train them and build a camel center, but camels being stubborn creatures, the family heads to Mongolia to see how training is traditionally done. This remarkable documentary follows Torarin's journey and explores his feelings towards incorporating the camels into his family’s way of life. Age 9+

North American premiere | 75 min. | Norwegian (subtitles read aloud through headphones) | Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Mongolia | 2019

Directed by Karl Emil Rikardsen


This program is supported in part by generous grants from the Gravester FoundationMass Cultural Council, and the Arlington Cultural Council.

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