When the hunting animals are scarce, and the catch is not enough to feed the tribe, a young shaman sets out on a spiritual journey to the moon and the bottom of the ocean to find out why.

This VR film production combines fiction and documentary to explore how ancient myths can inspire us to act and solve the impending ecological crises. More than half of the world’s population lives in an urban environment, and we have lost touch with Nature itself and, therefore, the needs of our planet. Accompanied by contemporary Inuit chanting, drum, and singing, a young shaman sets out on an immersive journey through time and space in search of reinforcing his connection to nature. On his quest, he meets the great hunter on the moon. He watches an Earth rise and encounters lost spirits of hunted animals in the Northern Lights. In the deepest waters of the ocean, he learns of the tragic legend of Zedna and why there are no animals to hunt anymore.


Mikisoq Hove Lynge, Director