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Shadow of the Wolf

Shadow of the Wolf ★★ Aga guk: Shadow of the Wolf 1992 (PG-13)

Phillips is Agaguk, the son of the village leader, in this epic saga of survival set against the wilderness of the Arctic. Agaguk decides he cannot accept the white man's intrusion, so he sets out on his own. His father believes his departure to be the ultimate betrayal and casts upon him the “curse of the white wolf.” Now Agaguk and his companion (Tilly) must face the harsh tundra alone and struggle to stay alive in the Great White North. Based on the novel “Agaguk” by Yves Theriault. 108m/C VHS . CA Lou Diamond Phillips, Donald Sutherland, Jennifer Tilly, Toshiro Mifune; D: Jacques Dorfmann; W: Rudy Wurlitzer, Evan Jones. Genie '93: Art Dir./ Set Dec., Costume Des.

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