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Encyclopedia > Where Eskimos Live

Where Eskimos Live (AKA Tam, gdzie żyją Eskimosi) is a feature drama movie released in 2002 in Polish-American-British and Germany co-operation.

Sharkey, part of the sinister world of child trade, picks up Vlado, an orphan of war, dreaming of freedom and a better life. They embark upon a strange and enlightening journey through war torn Bosnia. As they struggle to get out of the country and fight to stay alive, they find a special love and compassion from which emerges their ultimate moral and spiritual redemption.

Starring :
Bob Hoskins as Sharkey
Sergiusz Żymełka as Vlado

See : IMDb entry

2002 is a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Robert William Bob Hoskins (born October 26, 1942) is a British actor who specialises in playing Cockney rough diamonds and/or gangsters and in family films such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). ... as Vlado in Where Eskimos Live Sergiusz Å»ymeÅ‚ka (born : April 10, 1991 in Warsaw, Poland), is currently one of the most talented Polish child actors. ...

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The Straight Dope: Traditionally Eskimos ate only meat and fish. Why didn't they get scurvy? (846 words)
For example, some say the Eskimos could get vitamin C from blueberries during the summer months, while others say you'd be lucky to find enough berries to cover a bowl of Rice Chex.
We know Eskimos got enough vitamin C in their traditional diet to survive because obviously they did.
Now it's academic--most arctic natives live in villages and get their vitamin C from OJ and Juicy Juice, just like you and I. Oh, and for all you vegetarians who've seen the error of your ways and were thinking of adopting the Inuit diet--think twice about the raw meat thing.
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