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The Living Stone

Canada, 1958 (MIFF 1959, Programme 23)

Director: J. Feeney

During one hard winter. Milliaksi. the Eskimo. carved a stone image of Miniachuk. the goddess of the sea, who controls the seals. The magic works, and the summer brings seals, food and joy to the people.

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