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Ólafur Darri Ólafsson,
Hilmir Snær Guðnason,
I was really very disappointed. Boring, confusing, not funny.
I have seen much better movies of the similar principle like Fiasko wanted to be. (Much better is for example Swedish film Tic-Tac or Czech Knoflikari). This film had some good scenes but very few. It was like from today's Reykjavik, stories of three people which were connected just by chance. It was too weird.
It is really very bad film. But I understand it. I've seen like ten Icelandic films so far and every of them was really great. It's impossible to produce just good films... So in general, I do recommend Icelandic cinematography!
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