"Several years ago, Inuit hunter and artist Lypa Pitsiulak decided to return to the land to rediscover his culture, to teach his family survival skills in the harsh Arctic environment, and to pull himself and his family away from the negative influences of white culture. The film portrays his lifestyle, his love for his family, and some of the sources of his artistic inspiration. It also highlights his beautiful prints and sculptures, with their fantastic interweaving of figures from the animal, spirit and human worlds. His wife and his mother are also strong presences in the film."
-- National Film Board of Canada