Map of the Human Heart 1992

Map of the Human Heart

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In an Arctic village in 1931, British mapmaker Walter Russell (Patrick Bergin) selects 12-year-old Eskimo Avik (Robert Joamie) as his guide. When the boy contracts tuberculosis, Walter flies him to a Montreal hospital, where Avik meets Albertine (Annie Galipeau) and is infatuated. A decade later, a grown Avik (Jason Scott Lee) encounters Albertine (Anne Parillaud) again in London, where he's serving as a British combat pilot. Despite her relationship with Walter, she and Avik begin an affair.

Cast

Anne Parillaud
as Albertine
Robert Joamie
as Young Avik
Annie Galipeau
as Young Albertine
Jeanne Moreau
as Sister Banville
Jerry Snell
as Boleslaw
Matt Holland
as Navigator
Kliment Denchev
as Doctor on Boat
Jayko Pitseolak
as Avik's Grandmother
Frank Verellen
as Chopper Pilot
Jeff Mahoney
as Chopper NCO
Rebecca Vevee
as Inuit Woman--Cook
Josape Kopalee
as Inuit Elder
Mark Ruel
as Photo Analyst
Monique Spaziani
as Kind Nurse
Jod Leveille Bernard
as Newspaper Boy
Minor Mustain
as Army Sergeant
Edouard Kurtness
as Indian Patient
Harry Hill
as Doctor
Marc Ruel
as Michael
Tyley Ross
as Messenger
Griffith Brewer
as Homeguard
Robert Higden
as Photographer
Robin Dorken
as Oilman in Bar
Bill Rowat
as Barman
Haden Devine
as American Soldier
Gordon Masten
as Colonel Jameson
Michelle Turmel
as Ginger Jameson
Sean Hayes
as Hotel Bellboy
Rick Manburg
as Walter's NCO
Dennis St John
as Moravian Minister
Kliment Dentchev
as Doctor on Boat
Tamar Koslov
as Margarete
Bronwen Mantel
as Woman Guest
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Critic Reviews for Map of the Human Heart

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Audience Reviews for Map of the Human Heart

  • Apr 23, 2012
    Nice. Moving. Touching...even though the style of this movie definitely shows its age. Much has happened in the last 20 yrs to improve productions. To see this movie made again, with todays expertise, would be really fantastic. FYI: John Cusack is in this for less than 5 min...
    Cynthia S Super Reviewer
  • Sep 11, 2010
    The movie starts off very well with interesting relationships between Inuit, European and other Meso-American peoples and then switches gears into a sweeping romance. Jason Scott Lee really steps up to and fills his role as an Inuit who is drawn into a world he is unfamiliar with. By the time the film gets to WWII it might as well be Pearl Harbor w/ burning models instead of god CGI. As a note Cusack has a 5 Minute role sitting at a table looking at a map listening to Lee retell his story
    Bill C Super Reviewer
  • Jan 29, 2007
    Average film narrative about an Inuit Eskimo's life and his relationship with a half-breed Indian girl that looks like its epic story.
    Dean M Super Reviewer

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