Where Eskimos Live

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A man and a boy, both of whom have been victimized by war, are brought together by the same conflict that threatens them both in this drama. In 1995, Bosnia is being torn apart by war, and nine-year-old Vlado (Sergiusz Zymelka) is one of thousands of children caught in the middle of the conflict. Vlado's parents are dead, and the boy has been left to fend for himself; when the misery around him becomes too much do deal with, Vlado drifts into a fantasy world where he's transported to Norway, and frolics with ...
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A man and a boy, both of whom have been victimized by war, are brought together by the same conflict that threatens them both in this drama. In 1995, Bosnia is being torn apart by war, and nine-year-old Vlado (Sergiusz Zymelka) is one of thousands of children caught in the middle of the conflict. Vlado's parents are dead, and the boy has been left to fend for himself; when the misery around him becomes too much do deal with, Vlado drifts into a fantasy world where he's transported to Norway, and frolics with friendly Eskimos. In the course of his travels, Vlado meets Sharkey (Bob Hoskins), a rough-hewn Englishman who claims to be a caseworker for UNICEF. Actually, Sharkey is rounding up children for a black market adoption ring in Poland. Sharkey persuades Vlado to join him, assuming the boy would fetch a fair price, and Vlado, unaware of Sharkey's true intentions, says yes. Sharkey and Vlado soon become unlikely friends, but Sharkey soon learns getting Vlado out of the country may not be so simple; Sharkey is working in cahoots with a corrupt military officer (Krzysztof Majchrzak) who is convinced that a gang of preteen hoodlums are responsible for the death of his daughter -- a gang that claims Vlado as a member. Where Eskimos Live received its American premier at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/25/2006
  • UPC: 014381322927
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Hoskins
Sergiusz Zymelka
Krzystof Majchrak
Lukasz Komosa
Rafal Nakoneczny
Wojciech Smolarz
Technical Credits
Tomasz Wiszniewski Director, Screenwriter
Andrzej Bednarski Asst. Director
Robert Brutter Screenwriter
Chris Burdza Producer
Carl Colpaert Co-producer
Teresa Dworzecka Co-producer
Bernd Hellthaler Executive Producer
Michal Lorenc Score Composer
Marina Mueller Co-producer
Hagen Alexander Myller Producer
Jacek Osadowski Production Designer
Tomasz Padlewski Art Director
Paula Paizes Producer
Brenda Reiss Associate Producer
Henry Richardson Editor
Alexei Rodinov Cinematographer
Malgorzata Rok Sound/Sound Designer
Dorota Roqueplo Costumes/Costume Designer
Michal Sulkiewicz Art Director
Wolfram Tichy Executive Producer
Zbigniew Zbrowski Musical Direction/Supervision
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Where Eskimos Live
1. Opening Titles [3:33]
2. Bosnia, 1995 [4:14]
3. For the Children [6:39]
4. A Father's Wish [3:40]
5. Will I Do? [5:09]
6. Not a Good Man [2:30]
7. Party Time [5:34]
8. Close Call [9:18]
9. Quick Stop [6:57]
10. Vlado Petric [6:55]
11. On the Run [1:50]
12. A Child's Tears [4:49]
13. Found You [5:33]
14. Train to Freedom [3:22]
15. Poland [5:29]
16. Tainted Blood [4:30]
17. A New Home [5:01]
18. End Credits [3:23]
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