Posted on Thu, Oct. 20, 2005
Riveting 'North Country' delves into sexual harassment and ultimately redemption at Minnesota iron mine
By ROGER MOORE
The Orlando Sentinel
The Iron Range of northern Minnesota is a barren tundra, a snowscape gouged by gaping wounds in the land, open pit mines worked by men as hard as their surroundings.
It's conservative, polka-listening, hockey-playing country. And it's a very strange place to set a national precedent for sexual harassment law.( Collapse )