The Russian documentary was filmed in Magicolor, an unsteady process which nonetheless yields several eye-pleasing images. Much of the film concerns itself with life under the Arctic: fish, sponges, crustaceans et. al. Towards the end, the viewer is treated to shots of polar bears and seals, with the former dining on the latter at one point. Hardly of the calibre of Disney's "True Life Adventures," Life in the Arctic is nonetheless excitingly filmed under what must have been grueling conditions. Curiously, the film was released in the U.S. with its Russian voiceover narration intact.
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