The film on this website depicts racism experienced by Indigenous peoples. If this film has triggered strong negative thoughts or feelings, support is available.
Exploring the health and well-being of Inuit, Métis and First Nations peoples across five stages of life: birth, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and elderhood. Featuring stories rich in visuals, poetry and music, the film uncovers instances of systemic racism, the impacts of colonialism and the ongoing trauma experienced by Indigenous peoples in the Canadian health care system.
The Unforgotten is a five-part anthology. While the film is meant to be watched as a whole, each story can also be watched individually.
Recognizing the importance of preserving the diverse languages tied to the people featured in this film, Birth and Childhood are available in Chipewyan, Adolescence is partially in Inuktitut and available with Inuktitut subtitles, and Adulthood and Elderhood are available in Ojibwa. The entire film is available with French subtitles.