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Winner of the Lawrence Kasdan Award for Best Narrative Film at the 60th Ann Arbor Film Festival The Shiretoko Peninsula is a special place, located in the northernmost part of Japan where rare, wild animals coexist with humans and drift ice reaches its coast touching the Sea of Okhotsk in winter. But for some reason, there is very little snow in the winter of 2020. The drift ice hasn’t appeared yet, either. Directed by Nao Yoshigai. Japanese with English subtitles