The Yukon Assignment (2018) - Documentary, Adventure

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A British father and son undertake a five hundred mile canoe journey through the Canadian wilderness. An honest story of real adventure and the importance of making time for each other.

IMDB: 9.2
Director: Chris Lucas
Stars: Chris Lucas, Niall Lucas
Length: 86 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 0 out of 26 found boring (0%)

One-line Reviews (12)

This is thoroughly enjoyable and frequently funny.

The scenery was stunning and the journey inspirational.

The breathtaking scenery acts as a stunning backdrop to this father and son adventure.

Enjoyable, and ethical.

As well as being a fascinating insight into some pretty wild territory, it is beautifully filmed and quite charming to watch.

Highly recommend it.

It is an honest account of a demanding journey by canoe in the stunning Yukon, and a significant part of that journey is in the time the father-son duo spend together.

Whether you come to it for the story of bonding between father and son or the stunning vistas of the Yukon Territory you will not be disappointed.

The Yukon scenery is genuinely stunning and the film is beautifully produced to showcase this.

) and we were both moved by the stunning scenery and beautiful editing.

Jaw dropping scenery and incredible brushes with nature throughout an exciting canoeing adventure taken on by father and son team Chris and Niall.

A really beautiful film, gentle, honest and engaging.