In part 1, a Spaniard in a quest to become a legendary traveler gets dropped in Alaska. In part two, same dude gets "rescued," by the locals who are of course quiet and not very friendly and probably backwards, because America, etc.
I'm recapping because I assume you won't watch this. Hell the only reason I am is because I'm paid to do so.

Client: HEINEKEN
Global Brand Director Cyril Charzat
Global Communications Director Sandrine Huijgen
Global Communications Manager Sarah Nisenbaum
Agency: WIEDEN+KENNEDY AMSTERDAM
Executive Creative Director Mark Bernath & Eric Quennoy
Creative Directors Mark Bernath & Eric Quennoy
Art Director Philip Brink
Copywriter Hugo van Woerden
Head of Production Erik Verheijen
Agency Producer Tony Stearns
Post Producer Niko Koot
Planner Stuart Parkinson
Group Account Director Clay Mills
Account Director Jasmina Krnjetin
Account Manager Thibaud Vincent-Genod
Project Manager Sharon Kwiatkowski
Business Affairs Barrie Williams
PRODUCTION COMPANY Sonny London
Director Fredrik Bond
Director of Photography Mattias Montero
Producer Alicia Richards
Executive Producer Helen Kenny
EDITING COMPANY Marshall Street
Editor Tim Thornton Allan
AUDIO POST Grand Central Studios
Sound Designer/Mixer Raja Sehgal
MUSIC
Title Voyage Voyage
Artist Maison du Malheur
POST PRODUCTION The Mill, London
Flame Jay Bandlish
3D David Lawson
Telecine Adam Scott
Producer Paul Schleicher

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