Angry Inuk Parent Guide
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Rating & Content Info
Why is Angry Inuk rated Not Rated? Angry Inuk is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
This documentary offers a compelling look at messages in the media and how they can be manipulated and distorted.
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.
One use of a mild profanity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A
Page last updated August 3, 2017
News About "Angry Inuk"
This Inuktitut-language documentary features the filmmaker (Alethea Arnaquq-Baril) as she looks at the role of seal hunting in the lives of her people, the Inuit. She shows how the backlash against this traditional practice has negatively effected their economy and lifestyle.
Cast and Crew
Angry Inuk is directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril and stars .