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Born in 1960 in Arkisserniaq, a northern Greenland community, Aaju has lived up and down the west coast of her native country as a result of her father's teaching and preaching career.
At eleven, Aaju left Greenland to attend school in Denmark where she learned to read German, French, English, and Latin—and to speak Danish in addition to Greenlandic.
Her interests led her to the Arctic College where she took Inuit studies.
She has travelled Greenland, Europe and Canada performing modern drum dance, traditional singing, and displaying sealskin fashions.
The wreckage is found twenty-odd years later, and among the recovery party is a USAF general (Richard Basehart) who was the young navigator who got them lost, then bailed out on them.
The film (definitely not a twilight Zone story) was set in the desert and consisted of the dead crew of the crashed aircraft not knowing they were dead until their colleagues suddenly began disappearing as their bodies were found.At age eighteen, she returned home to Greenland, and in 1981, moved to Iqaluit, where she has taken up residence ever since.Here, Aaju picked up English and Inuktitut, which has helped her succeed in her work as an interpreter, and she has done volunteer work with various women's and interpretation organizations.STAGE AND SCREENI am trying to name a film but no movie databases has the answer.A plane has crashed and the cast of the film turn out to be ghosts who 'disappear' as their bodies are recovered.
If memory serves it may even have been directed by Steven Spielberg.