Long Way North

Long Way North
Long Way North




81 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family, Period and Historical



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Fascinated by her explorer grandfather’s adventures around the globe, noble-born Russian teenager Sasha is worried when he doesn’t return from his latest mission – to be the first to plant his flag at the North Pole. Frustrated by the lack of interest in finding him, Sasha turns her back on the high society she’s supposed to enter, and sets out instead to track him down. However, despite her fascination with maps and her skill at charting the course she believes her grandfather must have have taken, Sasha is in reality unprepared for her trip. Reliant for survival on a crew of strangers who are wary of taking a girl on board, Sasha determinedly sets out on a perilous journey to uncover the truth.

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Mild violence, threat.

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