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Investigation Into the Invisible World (2002)

Enquête sur le monde invisible (original title)
Iceland's clairvoyants and mediums are profiled in this curious documentary on supernatural phenomenon.

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Friðrik Þór Friðriksson
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A feature length documentary shot in Iceland on mediums and the relationship between humans and invisible beings such as elves ghosts, angels, water monsters and extra-terrestrials. The film is a journey to the frontiers of life questioning the scope of our existence. Are we alone in the universe? If life exists in other dimensions, it's worth knowing more. Written by Anonymous

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A mind-bending investigation on the edge of reality.

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A must see movie about Iceland! (Elfs, Trolls, HiddenFolk)
1 December 2006 | by (Jersey City, New Jersey) – See all my reviews

I just saw this movie at Scandinavia House in New York, and I enjoyed it very much. His movie is filmed in Iceland, one of the most beautiful natural volcanic landscapes in the world. It is a documentary, but a documentary that uses many Psychedelic effects to enhance the experience. It stars many normal everyday Icelanders, who are the descended from the Vikings who settled this island in the 10th century. These settlers brought their belief in Norse Mythology (Elfs, Trolls, HiddenFolk) with them from Scandinavia. Even today, the folk beliefs in elfs, trolls, "hidden folk", and sea monsters persists in Iceland, which is one of the most advanced countries in the world. I also liked how the director/writer Jean-Michel Roux took questions from the audience after the screening. I am going to get several copies of this movie on DVD for my friends.


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