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Grímur Hákonarson


Grímur Hákonarson was born in 1977 in Iceland. He is a director and writer, known for Hrútar (2015), Bræðrabylta (2007) and Hreint hjarta (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Hrútar
Hrútar Director
(2015)
Bræðrabylta
Bræðrabylta Director
(2007)
Hreint hjarta
Hreint hjarta Director
(2012)
Slavek the Shit
Slavek the Shit Director
(2004)

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 2015 Hrútar
 2012 Hreint hjarta (Documentary)
 2010 Sumarlandið
 2010 Boys on Film 4: Protect Me from What I Want (Video) (segment "Wrestling")
 2007 Bræðrabylta (Short)
 2004 Slavek the Shit (Short)
 2002 Varði Goes Europe (Documentary)
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There had been many reports indicating that Hrútar (2015) was strongly tipped for a foreign-language nomination so we were surprised that we didn't make the cut. Each year, a number of movies that are presented to be strong contenders don't make it; last year, Ruben Östlund was one of them and it's a strange experience to be in that place today. But maybe they just didn't like the film ... See more »

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