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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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Unbelievable, Hilarious, Fantastic!!!!
5 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw the CBC broadcast of Wrath of Gods and it was absolutely fantastic. This documentary tells the behind scenes story of all that the cast and crew went through in the filming of Beowulf and Grendel. You had to see it to believe it. I enjoyed every last minute of Wrath of Gods and went from Oh No! to laughing out loud. It left me wanting to see the complete feature length version that is soon to be released on DVD. Jon Gustafsson is to be commended for capturing the filming of Beowulf and Grendel and turning that footage into a superb film all its own. Wrath of gods is a must see piece of entertainment bliss!!!!!!!!! Ruby


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