Associative documentary in which the observations arctic explorer Fridtjof Nansen made during an expedition to Siberia in 1913 are held up to the present. Road/boat movie about the human dimension.
In 1913, the Norwegian arctic explorer Fridtjof Nansen took part in an expedition to establish a trade route. He sailed from Scandinavia via the Arctic Ocean to the Siberian interior. En route, he took photographs and kept a diary. Using themes like colonialism, mineral exploitation and demographic and geopolitical developments, the film holds up his observations to the present. This associative documentary in the form of a road/boat movie looks for the human dimension, with its precarious balance.
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Title: Sketches of Siberia
Duration : 1 hour, 14 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2016
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