A hundred years ago, Robert Flaherty’s Nanook of the North captured on camera the harsh living conditions of the Inuit. A hundred years later, the film Aga again talks about the last great hunter in a Nanook family. In a significant twist, the title is not taken after the father 'Nanook', but his daughter 'Aga'. Unlike her parents who have worshipped the reindeer, Aga became a miner. The dying wife’s dream is a prophetic dream about the fate of the tribe, which has already become the past. It is also a revelation about the sad reality that no longer allows them to be in the same world with their children. (MAENG Soo-jin )
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Milko Lazarov is a Bulgarian film director born in 1967. He graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA) in Sofia, Bulgaria, and he was a lecturer in NATFA’s film department. His feature debut Alienation premiered and was awarded at Venice 70’ in the official selection of Venice Days.