" The Oriental doesn’t put the same high price on life as the Westerner. Life is plentiful. Life is cheap in the Orient. And as the philosophy of the orient expresses it, life is not important. "
— General William Westmoreland, Hearts and Minds

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November

Walks you out of an emotional underworld back into the light —Marty Mapes (review...)

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From the ancient Greeks’ Odysseus to America’s Luke Skywalker, the story of the hero’s journey is timeless. Pathfinder is a Laplander hero’s tale that’s been told, the movie says, for a thousand years. The adventure starts when a boy skis home from a hunting trip to find his family murdered and their killers, the Tchudes, looting their camp. The Tchudes spot the young Aigin, and he flees to the nearest settlement. Warned, the people quickly move on to the coast, but a few, Aigin included, stay to make a stand. Eventually, only Aigin can keep the Tchudes from destroying his people. Pathfinder is the first movie ever filmed in the Lapp language. It is very well made, and it conveys a real sense of what it’s like to live off the land near the Arctic Circle.