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Original Title :
Maïna
Genre :
Movie / Adventure
Year :
2013
Directror :
Michel Poulette
Cast :
Roseanne Supernault,Ipeelie Ootoova,Uapshkuss Thernish
Writer :
Pierre Billon,Dominique Demers
Type :
Movie
Time :
1h 42min
Rating :
6.6/10
Maïna (2013) online

Maïna is the daughter of the Innu Chief Mishte-nape, who witnesses a bloody clash between their clan and the clan of "Men of the Land Without Trees. Following this unsolicited confrontation, Maïna chooses a mission that will change her life. To fulfill the promise that she made to her friend Matsii on her deathbed, she embarks on the trail of their enemies to rescue Nipki, her friend's 11-year old boy that the Inuit have captured. But she is also taken as a prisoner by Natak, the leader of the Inuit group, and forcibly taken to the Land Without Trees.

Maïna is the daughter of the Innu leader Mishtenapuu, who attends a bloody confrontation between his clan and the clan of "Men of the Land of Ic. Following this confrontation, Maïna chooses a mission that will change her life. To fulfill the promise that she has made to her friend Matsii on her deathbed, she embarked on the trail of their enemies to deliver Nipki, a 11 year old boy that the Inuit have captured. But she was also taken as prisoner by Natak, the leader of the Inuit group, and forcibly taken to the Land of Ice.

Maïna: Maïna is the daughter of the Innu leader Mishtenapuu, who attends a bloody confrontation between his clan and the clan of Men of the Land Without Trees. Following this confrontation,. Actor: Graham Greene Tantoo Cardinal. Director: Michel Poulette.

You are watching the movie Maïna produced in Canada belongs in Category Adventure with duration 102 Min, broadcast at 123Movie.

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Chief : Michel Poulette. Maïna is the female descendant of the Innu boss Mishtenapuu, who attends a bloody row between hi. ategories : Adventure. Runtime(Theater) : Canada:102 min. Movie Categories.

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Maïna is the daughter of the Innu Chief Mishte-nape, who witnesses a bloody clash between their clan and the clan of "Men of the Land Without Trees." Following this unsolicited confrontation, Maïna chooses a mission that will change her life. To fulfill the promise that she made to her friend Matsii on her deathbed, she embarks on the trail of their enemies to rescue Nipki, her friend's 11-year old boy that the Inuit have captured. But she is also taken as a prisoner by Natak, the leader of the Inuit group, and forcibly taken to the Land Without Trees.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Roseanne Supernault Roseanne Supernault - Maïna
Ipeelie Ootoova Ipeelie Ootoova - Natak (as Ipellie Ootoova)
Uapshkuss Thernish Uapshkuss Thernish - Nipki (as Uapeshkuss Thernish)
Eric Schweig Eric Schweig - Quujuuq
Graham Greene Graham Greene - Mishta-Napeu
Tantoo Cardinal Tantoo Cardinal - Tekahera
Flint Eagle Flint Eagle - Saitu
Peter Miller Peter Miller - Manutabi
Natar Ungalaaq Natar Ungalaaq - Tadlo
Lamech Kadloo Lamech Kadloo - Ootek
Annie Galipeau Annie Galipeau - Natau
Jean-Louis Fontaine Jean-Louis Fontaine - Atetshi
Stuart Myiow Jr. Stuart Myiow Jr. - Quito (as Stuart Jr. Myiow)
Pakak Innuksuk Pakak Innuksuk - Merkusaq
Paul-André Brasseur Paul-André Brasseur - Young Inuk

Peter Miller, who plays Manutabi, is the only cast member who is non-indigenous. He is French-Irish.

Along with Empire of Dirt released the same year, both movies became the first indigenous-themed films to be nominated for Best Picture by the newly established Canadian Screen Awards, formerly known as the Genie Awards.

The book basis for the movie was published 13 years before the film's release.

Tantoo Cardinal and Graham Greene have co-starred in at least six other films. They had played husband and wife in Dances With Wolves (1990) as they also do here in this film.

This film marks actor Graham Greene's 125 career credit.

For her performance, Roseanne Supernault earned an American Indian Film Festival Best Actress award, this to accompany a Supporting Actress honor in 2011 in Every Emotion Costs, a film she also co-starred with Tantoo Cardinal.

This is the second time Tantoo Cardinal has played a shaman, she also did it in the film Grand Avenue (1996).


User reviews

Sarin

Sarin

This movie about pre-European Innu and Inuit has adventure, fighting and romance, and the cinematography is simply amazing. I had never even heard of it before today and saw it because the movie I did go to see was sold out.

Call it serendipity.

The acting is good; it's a tearjerker at points, feels good and ends with a couple of new beginnings, though not for sequel purposes.

I was riveted. I took a look at the audience and they were in rapt attention.

Highly recommended.
Worla

Worla

Am still stunned by the achievement this film represents. Little dialogue, but the actors make clear the meaning of whatever they are involved in and the silence becomes part of the experience of the North. The environment, moving from below the tree line to Arctic-like conditions, is all-enveloping. Amazing scenery. Remarkable journey, for anyone who undertook moving between the two very different terrains. The clothing worn, in relation to the land and the game available, makes real sense of what it was/is like to live in full harmony with where you are. Differences between the two social systems, the cultural richness of each, was made clear without a lot of description. The narrative, the personal story, was moving and stays with me. I want to say "More, more!" to such film-making that allows us to appreciate the First Nations cultures that have been so denigrated, misunderstood, undermined by the arrival of Europeans.
Kerry

Kerry

The action takes place in Northern Québec. The Innu (Indians of the north shore of the Bay of St. Lawrence) are in constant competition against the Inuit (Eskimos of the far north) and against a harsh nature, before the arrival of the first Europeans. The landscapes are absolutely breathtaking and the splendid photography does them justice. I won't reveal the nature of the action, which is touching and yet suspenseful but I will say that the author of the original novel must have been quite familiar with the mores and habits of both groups. Kudos to the director. The actors, most of whom are amateurs, are also quite competent. I have rarely been so captivated by a film, an absolutely riveting 'must-see'. You won't regret watching it and you will at least understand why the first Frenchmen to come here, Jacques Cartier in 1534 and Samuel De Champlain in 1608, decided to stay instead of going further down south.
Wiliniett

Wiliniett

The most engrossing, intelligent movie I've seen in several years, not to mention gorgeously filmed. I only hope I can catch it on the big screen. Nothing is romanticized. It's THE Native movie I've been looking for, an authentic portrayal of how life must have been before the arrival of Europeans, not just the living conditions, but the world view and social relations as well. The love story is also one of the most beautiful yet believable I have ever seen on screen.
Opimath

Opimath

Beautiful pre contact story. I'd love to know more about the origins of the storyline, perhaps in mythology?, but it's a wonderful examination of cultures, identities, trust, relationships. Universal themes explored 'authentically' through the Innu and Inuit people of Labrador and Arctic Canada. The creators showed intense loyalty to detail. People wear hats when it's cold. Lovely dialogue between the Inuit friend that guided Maina's adaptation to the Arctic and herself. Beautiful camera-work.
Nikojas

Nikojas

This was a beautifully filmed and epic cinematic treat. What a commitment to the story of human loyalty to family and land. Check it out. Koodos to the entire 'family' who were responsible for this wonderful film. It is truly universal. The focus of this film is the daughter of the Chief and her stepbrother. Her real mother became shaman and healer - who left the tribe because her husband (the chief) took another woman. He took another woman as a nursemaid for his daughter because his wife (now shaman) could not produce enough milk to sustain his girl child. It is a tale of dreams, which includes animal protectors and future events. It involves the dream and spiritual realm in a lovely background of this real world within its stark and inspiring creation. It is an acceptance of life and death and the struggles in between.
Kazimi

Kazimi

I need to see this film from start to finish however I did catch the latter half of it. From what I saw, it was a good film with an all-star Native cast. However, I don't think the Inuit and Innu were enemies in real life. The producers and directors had to pit 2 groups against each other so they probably decided to have both Nations be "enemies". But anyways... the use of the Innu and Inuktitut dialogue was well done by everyone in the film. Eric Schweig was one of the main leading actors who is Inuit in real life AND he got to portray an Inuit in the film! The one who played Maina (Roseanne Supernault) is Cree and Metis but played her role well as did all the other actors/actresses. I can't wait to check out the first half of this one because I think the beginning will be cool as was the latter half. I give this one a 7 out of 10.