Beneath the quiet veneer of Iceland lies an invisible nation of Hidden People. This fascinating phenomenon, rarely discussed with outsiders, not only pervades Icelandic culture, but also ... See full summary »

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Beneath the quiet veneer of Iceland lies an invisible nation of Hidden People. This fascinating phenomenon, rarely discussed with outsiders, not only pervades Icelandic culture, but also impacts its infrastructure (e.g., road construction and buildings). This enlightening journey, through Iceland's celestial and mysterious environment, suspends one's state of reality-forcing you to question your own perceptual limitations and the mysteries of the natural world. Delving further into the stories of the hidden people, it is impossible not to consider the impact of the geographic position and isolation of this mysterious, celestial island of Iceland. Winter's darkness allows the dazzling and supernatural Northern Lights to pervade the country with its amorphous shapes; casting brilliant colors of yellow, pink, and green downward to the land below. Black lava rocks, green mossy rocks, geysers, volcanoes, and glaciers all play their role in this mystical landscape, where the wind, snow and ... Written by Nisha Inalsingh

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An invisible nation, living in a surreal landscape. Don't limit your eyes to what you can see.

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Just excellent!!!!
7 October 2006 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Having seen last year's "Screaming Masterpiece", when I first came up to "Huldufolk102" I was already amazed! Only by the trailer, you can understand the quality of the film and how far it can lead you with the magnificent picture it gives! Iceland is a cold and sometimes frightening place! But Nisha Inalsingh gives out the warmth of icelandic people and the beauty of this enormous country by combining the unbelievable beauty of the landscape with the myths of elves,living in harmony with the real residents! The icelandic people are very different than any other population in the world. Sometimes you will think that all these are just an imaginary game but these people do believe and they live peacefully by having some superior beings helping them in their everyday routine! And these beings are the "HIDDEN PEOPLE"!!!The music of Sigur-ros, Mum and other bands just give you a tour in a place that you don't believe that it does really exist! The direction was just amazing and it never gets you bored!

Just lay back and travel in Iceland with the company of the "Huldufolk" people who live in the rock No 102!!!


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