A young girl breaks up from her petit bourgeoisie home and her piano lessons to lead an entirely new life, as one of the personnel at an institution for juvenile delinquents in a remote ... See full summary »
A hapless guy from the city visits an isolated Icelandic seaside settlement. He gradually realizes that the seals are not what they seem, and that two of the inhabitants are magicians, ... See full summary »
Margrét Helga Jóhannsdóttir
It's not very usual that a daughter or son of some artist has a great talent in a similar thing like his/her parent had. But it happened to the sister of Halldor Laxness, Nobel laureate from Iceland. The story is very good, however, it was based on Laxness' novel.
I saw better Icelandic films but again. I wasn't disappointed. Actually I was pretty surprised,it is not just a good film as the guy before me thinks.
I RECOMMEND ICELANDIC FILMS, including Honour of the House
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