The Reel Review


Explorers Sebastian Copeland and Keith Heger brave the harsh elements of the Arctic in their two month trek to mark the 100 year anniversary of Robert Peary’s historic hike to the North Pole. The documentary captures the stark beauty of the rapidly shrinking ice caps and the unnerving quiet, noiseless except for the periodic howling winds and shifting ice floes, any of which could cause sudden death. The joy at seeing such a magnificent site is tinged with sadness in knowing that, due to global warming, there will never be a bicentennial trek.

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