Eight Below

Eight Below
Eight Below

Year

2006

Duration

115 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

A team of scientists abandon an Antarctic research station in the face of a huge storm, and leave their sled dogs behind. On their own for several months in an incredibly harsh environment, the dogs (six huskies and two malamutes) have to show some sharp thinking and a lot of cooperation to survive. Meanwhile, their keeper struggles to organise a rescue mission. This is a live-action film with some remarkable acting from the dogs.

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Contains mild peril.

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