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Hrafn Gunnlaugsson

Hrafn Gunnlaugsson was born on June 17, 1948 in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is a director and writer, known for Hin helgu vé (1993), When the Raven Flies (1984) and Witchcraft (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

Hin helgu vé Director
Witchcraft Director


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 2003 Another Look at Iceland (TV Movie documentary)
 2000 Another Look at Reykjavik (Documentary)
 1999 Witchcraft
 1998 Þegar það gerist (TV Movie)
 1993 Hin helgu vé
 1992 Everything Sweet (TV Movie)
 1986 Bödeln och skökan (TV Movie)
 1986 Reykjavík, Reykjavík (Documentary)
 1983 Hver er..? (TV Movie)
 1980 Whiplash (TV Movie)
 1978 Lilja (TV Movie)
 1977 Undir sama þaki (TV Series)
 1977 The Crimson Sunset (TV Movie)
 1975 Good party shall make (TV Movie)
 1974 Áramótaskaup (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Áramótaskaup (1974)
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We are like cats, you know? All Icelanders goes different ways. You can not put cats together and make a flock of cats march. But you can do it to dogs. So Icelanders are like cats. Every Icelander goes his own way.


Swedish news paper Göteborgsposten named him the third most influential Icelander in Sweden, after legendary medieval historian Snorri Sturluson and Nobel prize winner Halldor Laxness. See more »

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