Kataujaq is taught to believe her deceased mother's eternal soul is part of the Aurorae Borealis, playing soccer with other souls.
We are told how Kataujaq enjoys childhood with her mother, who then dies. Kataujaq mourns deeply. In late fall the whole village plays soccer on the ice under the Northern Lights. She is told by her grandmother that the dead play soccer too, and is convinced she sees her mother playing with other souls in the Lights. This award winner(!) is a boring, awkwardly narrated story capitalizing on the political correctness of aboriginal mysticism.