The first scene of this Icelandic crime caper sets the tone: a young woman is standing outside a barn with a horse when another horse appears led by a young man. They stand there chatting while the two horses mate behind them in real time. When the stallion is finished the people say goodbye and go their separate ways. So much for Tom Green's 'originality'. Other delights include: people having sex while wearing only brown paper bags on their heads; an angry customer living the dreams of millions and shooting a bread roll to get attention from staff; and lots of food poisoning. Quite entertaining actually, although obviously low budget, and guaranteed to intrigue. Iceland looks like a fun place!
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