Synopsis:Based on the book "Freeing the Whales" by Tom Rose and based on an exciting true story that captivated the world, tells the amazing story of a journalist who lives in a small town, and a volunteer for Greenpeace, which is rival nations unite to save a family ofmajestic gray whales trapped in the ice of the Arctic Circle. The local reporter AdamCarlson (John Krasinski) is determined to go to Alaska in search of more promisinghorizons. By the time you have the scoop of his life, the whole world comes running.Finds that an oil tycoon, several heads of state and a handful of news-hungry journalistsappear in the ice cream place. But the only concern is Rachel Adam Kramer (DrewBarrymore). Not only is a staunch environmental advocate, is also his ex girlfriend.Rachel and Adam must convince a strange coalition of members of the Inuit community, oil companies and the U.S. military to forget their differences and to free the whales.While the whole world is watching what happens in the cold side of the world, to savethese endangered animals becomes a common cause for warring nations, to the pointof getting a momentary thawing of the Cold War. Production Notes: - Based on a true story that happened in 1988 collected in a book by Tom Rose.