A woman who grew up in a small town in Alaska goes to the public library to try and find out who her parents were. She was brought to town as a baby in a cardboard box with "Kotzebue" on it, which is the name of the town and also the name of the family that founded the town. She eventually befriends the librarian, an East German immigrant who lost her husband while escaping from behind the Iron Curtain. They help each other try to find closure to the events in their past.
One of the best in it's category, ever released. Salmonberries turned out to be a huge commercial success. The soundtrack is very good too. The world of the film reminds us very much and we can identify with each other. I'm not a true fan of Drama, but I'm like that too!. Even in the most popular Hollywood movies, there is the element of commercialism, that is elements that are in the film only to win favor with the mass audience. Sign me up for the next part of Salmonberries.
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