In March 2004, a conflict erupted between different Innu communities of the Basse-Côte-Nord territory and the government of Newfoundland. The media accused the Inuit of massacring moose. As for the Inuit, they claimed to have been hunting as they had been doing for thousands of years. This conflict reminded us that we still have a long way to go to understand each other. This documentary tells the story of a hunt, during which anything can happen. Éli Laliberté's camera accompanies the men from La Romaine from when they leave the reserve right until the last gun shot.
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Ciné-Fête, Filmoption International