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Map Of The Human Heart

Rated R for some language and a scene of sexuality.

R 109min.
 
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A white, Inuit boy named Avik is the focus of New Zealand director Vincent Ward's meditation on race and romance. In the opening moments of the movie, set in 1931 in the Arctic-Canadian settlement Nunataaq, Avik (portrayed initially by Robert Joamie) ... Read More
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