Arctic Tale

Arctic Tale
Arctic Tale

Year

2007

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English

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Synopsis

The future of our environment is a major concern for all of us - and this moving nature documentary shows what life is like for the animals in the coldest place on earth. Nanu is a polar bear cub and Seela is a walrus pup - the film starts with them as babies and follows them growing up over eight years, showing all the hardships they face. Not only do they have to worry about finding food and escaping predators, they also have to contend with the effects of global warming, which threaten to destroy their habitat.

PLEASE BE AWARE: After ordering Arctic Tale the disc you will receive may be marked as being a PG certificate - however, this relates to the extra features on the DVD and not the film itself, which is certified with the BBFC as a U. Into Film has consulted the BBFC, and their guidance is that as long as a club leader screens only the film (and not additional features or audio commentaries etc), Arctic Tale can be treated as a U certificate in a school setting.

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U Classification

Contains mild scenes of threat involving animals.

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