Bonus materials: Deleted scenes with intros by director Ken Kwapis; truth is stranger than fiction; feature commentary with director Ken Kwapis.
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A film about Operation Breakthough, which was an international effort to rescue three gray whales (a family, complete with a little baby whale) trapped in ice near the incredibly northern location of Point Barrow, Alaska, in 1988, highlighting how the press managed to both help and hinder the cause.
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Other: There is argumentative bickering. Cold temperatures cause metal items to ice to people, as well as causing a layer of ice to form on some people. Wine and other alcoholic beverages are consumed socially.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Death of an animal is shown. A man uses a chainsaw to cut a hole in ice near a whale.
Sexual Content: Kissing and hugging is shown.
Violence: A harpoon is thrown at a whale; we do not see it make contact.
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