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Angry Inuk is a 2016 Canadian Inuit documentary film directed and written by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril. It explores the central values of Inuit Indigenous culture and the threats posed to their cultural identity and habitat.

Here’s how you can watch and stream Angry Inuk via streaming services such as Peacock.

Is Angry Inuk available to watch via streaming?

Yes, Angry Inuk is available to watch via streaming on Peacock.

The documentary delves into various aspects of Inuit culture, especially the tradition of seal hunting. It explores the correlation between hunting and the Inuit identity and livelihood. Relying on counter-arguments ranging from hunting for subsistence to the absence of commercial-scale hunting, the film takes a positive stance on the practice.

Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, Aaju Peter, Isuaqtuq Ikkidluak, Joannie Ikkidluak, Lasaloosie Ishulutak, and Miki Kolola, among others, appear in the documentary.

Watch Angry Inuk streaming via Peacock

Angry Inuk is available to watch on Peacock. It is a video-on-demand streaming service that features content from NBC, Bravo, Universal Pictures, and DreamWorks Animation. The content can be accessed by subscribing to a free or paid tier to access limited and unlimited content, respectively.

You can watch via Peacock by following these steps:

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The Angry Inuk synopsis is as follows:

“With “sealfies” and social media, a new tech-savvy generation of Inuit is wading into the world of activism, using humour and reason to confront aggressive animal rights vitriol and defend their traditional hunting practices. Director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril joins her fellow Inuit activists as they challenge outdated perceptions of Inuit and present themselves to the world as a modern people in dire need of a sustainable economy.”

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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