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Make Me a Polar Bear Guide

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Make Me a Polar Bear Guide

Year: 2019
Genre: Lifestyle

Chris and Trevor are rocketing toward a midlife crisis, but they have a plan. Instead of buying convertibles and getting divorces, these two buddies from community college shake things up by trying to become… polar bear guides.

With no training or clue about what to put in their suitcases, the two upstarts leave suburbia behind and head north into the wild Canadian Arctic in search of the world’s largest land predator.

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