Angry Inuk parents guide

Angry Inuk Parent Guide

There are two sides to every story.

In ANGRY INUK, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril presents the Inuit lifestyle as a model for sustainable, ethical industry and exposes how the media’s manipulation of the image of commercial sealing has created a great economic disparity between the Inuit and the environmental lobby groups that threaten their very subsistence. Arnaquq-Baril enlists the help of Inuit youth to spread the truth of their lifestyle through social media.

Why is Angry Inuk rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated Angry Inuk Not Rated

Run Time: 85 minutes

Angry Inuk
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Angry Inuk rated Not Rated? Angry Inuk is rated Not Rated by the MPAA

Overview:
This documentary offers a compelling look at messages in the media and how they can be manipulated and distorted.

Violence: C+
Detailed view of dead seals being skinned and gutted as they are prepared for food and clothing use. People eat the raw meat; one person eats a piece of the brain; people’s hands and faces seen covered in seal blood. People protesting the seal hunt are briefly seen naked, mostly covered in body paint that is intended to simulate blood. Social media messages are read that explicitly threaten the recipient. Seals are seen being shot.

Sexual Content: B
Brief still images show naked protesters covered in red body paint.

Language: A-
One use of a mild profanity.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A
None noted.

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