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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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Sturla Gunnarsson: This is the movie business. There is no truth, it's all lies.
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Wrath of Gods a MUST see
27 November 2006 | by (Winnipeg, Canada) – See all my reviews

Wow! All I can say is Bravo Jon!! Wrath of Gods is such an incredible experience. I loved Beowulf and Grendel and enjoyed the bit of Wrath on the DVD. But it was amazing to see Wrath on a bigger scale. I was so happy to watch it on CBC NewsWorld. A lot of times I just have the TV on for background noise but this I HAD to see. I was glued to the screen. To see the hard work and dedication of the cast and crew behind the scenes. I feel you showed the heart and soul behind the movie. Wrath is such a powerful piece. It is a must see in my opinion. It compliments Beowulf and Grendel obviously but it is a stand alone piece without a doubt.


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