The Great Northern Candy Drop

The Great Northern Candy Drop

The Great Northern Candy Drop is a TV movie starring Lorne Cardinal, Tantoo Cardinal, and Neil Crone. The pilot of an arctic community's candy air-drop is confronted by a visiting government bureaucrat who disapproves of the...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
30 minutes
Genres
Family, Animation
Actors
Neil Crone, Lorne Cardinal, Seán Cullen, Tantoo Cardinal
Director
Jamie LeClaire, Phil Lafrance
Writer
Linda Brand, Kris Pearn
Country
Canada
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about family «The Great Northern Candy Drop» (37)

Helen G. avatar
Helen G.

The pilot of an arctic community's candy air-drop is confronted by a visiting government bureaucrat who disapproves of the Christmas tradition.

Linda Gardner avatar
Linda Gardner

I loved this movie, it has good action, has a story and a meaning.

Philip avatar
Philip

This is quite simply the best movies ever made. I'm sure director Phil Lafrance planned it that way.

Phillip W. avatar
Phillip W.

This movie is really great. Seán Cullen made this movie very stunning.

Teresa J. avatar
Teresa J.

A Brilliant movie experience! And performances from Seán Cullen and Tantoo Cardinal stand out!

Christian F. avatar
Christian F.

It's smart, intense, well acted and superbly done. AMAZING FILM!

Mark Parker avatar
Mark Parker

I enjoyed it. A sweet story.

Joshua A. avatar
Joshua A.

Have seen this movie lots of times. Still love it!

Mildred A. avatar
Mildred A.

I would highly recommend that anyone who is deciding whether or not to go and see it does; you will most likely love it.

Edward Woods avatar
Edward Woods

This movie is freaking amazing! Neil Crone does an awesome job of a gripping tale!

Jose E. avatar
Jose E.

Nice Family theme. Bit of corny dialogue though.

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Nicole

It's by far my favourite film, a rousing, titanic epic that's so ambitious it seems to transcend the boundaries of cinema and go to places I've never seen the medium venture before.