The movie deals with the struggles and social problems for a Greenlandic people needing to remember their own identity. We are faced with Greenland's problems with alcohol and suicides left behind by a well-meant, but misplaced Danish colony-policy. We watch a man's personal tragedy and following search for acceptance deep in the Greenlandic wilderness, a nature so spectacular it does take your breath away on the screen.
This type of story has probably been told before, and probably better. Some acting performances are extremely poor, much of the cast are local and untrained. The lead role played by Rasmus Lyberth, a talented Greenlandic music performer, however carries the movie. In a somewhat mediocre production, the much deserved pride of Greenland shines through by the end of the movie. For the broadening of one's global perspective, this movie is recommended.