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The 87-year-old Eskimo hunter, Utuniarsukak, looks out over the glacial expanse of his Arctic homeland and recalls for us a past way of life. He describes how he hunted polar bear with spear and harpooned walrus from his kayak. Like the walrus, he sustained himself with food from the frozen sea. But the modern world is encroaching even here. People buy food in supermarkets. The young people watch television. Against his stark glacial background, his face dark and weathered, and his eyes flashing, Utuniarsukak gives a stirring account of living in harmony, interdependent with other living creatures in a primal environment.
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