Expedition Avannaa (www.avannaa.org). Three men and one woman travel 4000 km in a small open boat “the Greenlandic way” – the hard way.
Their route takes them Kullorsuaq, Savissivik, Qaannaaq, Siorapaluk and then further North through Avanersuaq – the land that is invisible to most of the people. No matter what happens with them on the way they will obey to the laws of the ancestors: wander, accept and adapt.
They observe and film rock and soil, earth and ice, water and sky, wind and currents, wildflowers and ancient lichens, polar bears and arctic butterflies, foxes and ravens, people, walruses and phytoplankton that too has to adopt to abrupt changes, often with little success.