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Wrath of Gods (2006)

When Canadian director Sturla Gunnarsson set upon Iceland to film Beowulf & Grendel in 2004, they expected the usual complication involved in making a movie, but what they encountered made ... See full summary »
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When Canadian director Sturla Gunnarsson set upon Iceland to film Beowulf & Grendel in 2004, they expected the usual complication involved in making a movie, but what they encountered made them wonder if the Norse gods were actually working against them. Written by Artio Films

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Sarah Polley: The only thing honestly I can compare it to is "The Adventures of Baron Manchuasen" when I was 8 and that was I think 3 times harder than this. But nothing's have come close until this, in terms of just sheer, demented ambition.
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Oxford International Film Festival
8 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I attended the Oxford International Film Festival on Friday, April 6, 2007. It was a memorable experience. I so enjoyed Wrath of Gods and can't wait for the DVD. I knew nature had wreaked havoc during the filming of Beowulf & Grendel just from the B&G DVD but Jon showed us just how bad it really was. Jon did a fantastic job of film-making/narrating and his comments afterward were very informative. He is so personable. I had traveled to Canada from Michigan last year to see the movie Beowulf & Grendel....what a treat! When I heard that Wrath of Gods was being shown at the Oxford IFF....I had to go and it's a 6 hour drive from Michigan. I wasn't disappointed! Congratulations to all involved in this and to Jon and Gerry Butler for believing in Wrath.


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