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A historical perspective on Disneys latest film brother bear This past weekend I saw the movie Brother Bear its a new Disney movie and rated G I have some trouble with the historical accuracy of the film and will be discussing that at great length Sure its a childrens movie but does that mean its ok to disregard historical accuracy Perhaps the fact that its designed for children makes it even more important to keep it historically correct after all children take things very literally Why shouldnt they be shown facts There were many historical inconsistencies that bothered me throughout the film My main thoughts while watching this were 1 where is this 2 when is this 3 how much of this is accurate So lets start with where Thats not a hard one to figure out my evidence the wildlife the weather the people and their culture The moose in the film have extremely Canadian accents so perhaps its Canada There was an Orca in the ocean they are well known for being Alaskan animals So possibly its Alaska for sure its very northern There were countless icebergs that supports the idea of the far north The people seem to be based on Inuits native to the general area of Alaska and they used kayaks which are not found south of Canada The Spokane Indians used canoes Therefore I believe Im correct in stating that this all took place in either Alaska or Canada after all they are connected That brings me to when which is much more difficult to place Possibly because the fine folks at Disney didnt actually know or care which time period they were animating The main problems as I see it are the climate the wildlife and development of the land We have woolly mammoths woolly mammoths were found during the ice age Although I would assume that it wasnt the ice age based on everything else First
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