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Ireland: Vikings pillage the land, seeking silver and slaves, slaying men and women in the process. A young boy is spared when a Viking takes pity on him instead of killing him. Iceland 20 years later: The boy returns to take his revenge on the killers, the Norwegian foster brothers; Thord and Eirik, by cunning and hidden weapons. Written by
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The scene where Thor shoots an arrow from his bow at close range in Gest's chest without penetrating his armor is not a trick or any type of SFX. Helgi Skúlason (Thor) really did fire off a real arrow at close range, and Jakob Einarsson (Gest) really did not wear any other protection than the leather armor. See more »
I remember seing this movie as a teenager when it was new. I still remember how the touching story burned inside of me, and the soft music that soothened the flames, created a epic memory. Since that first time, I have watched this movie at least ten times and it is STILL as great as the fist time. I really feels lika a "true story". Not like the rough (and often stupid) picture of vikings that Hollywood creates. I highly recommend anyone (above 11) to see this movie!
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