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Click the photo to download a special smartphone app to go with the world's first 360° documentary film that explores the drastically changing Arctic landscape as seen through the eyes of the Inuit.
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Click the photo below to join amateur sailors, scientists, hunters and artists on a quest from Iceland to Alaska that was nearly impossible just a decade ago. Now, as the Arctic ice disappears, a surreal terrain emerges, filled with ominous dangers and seductive possibilities. Filmed from dozens of perspectives, including revolutionary 360 degree cameras, The Polar Sea takes you deep into a world that has never been seen until now.
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