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Huldufólk 102 (2006)

Beneath the quiet veneer of Iceland lies an invisible nation of Hidden People. This fascinating phenomenon, rarely discussed with outsiders, not only pervades Icelandic culture, but also ... See full summary »

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Nisha Inalsingh

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Nisha Inalsingh
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Beneath the quiet veneer of Iceland lies an invisible nation of Hidden People. This fascinating phenomenon, rarely discussed with outsiders, not only pervades Icelandic culture, but also impacts its infrastructure (e.g., road construction and buildings). This enlightening journey, through Iceland's celestial and mysterious environment, suspends one's state of reality-forcing you to question your own perceptual limitations and the mysteries of the natural world. Delving further into the stories of the hidden people, it is impossible not to consider the impact of the geographic position and isolation of this mysterious, celestial island of Iceland. Winter's darkness allows the dazzling and supernatural Northern Lights to pervade the country with its amorphous shapes; casting brilliant colors of yellow, pink, and green downward to the land below. Black lava rocks, green mossy rocks, geysers, volcanoes, and glaciers all play their role in this mystical landscape, where the wind, snow and ... Written by Nisha Inalsingh

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An invisible nation, living in a surreal landscape. Don't limit your eyes to what you can see.

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Documentary

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Iceland | USA

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English | Icelandic

Release Date:

5 April 2006 (USA) See more »

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Iceland

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$70,000 (estimated)
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Middle Link See more »
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Stereo

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Eindir
by Einoma
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Bravo
16 June 2006 | by akalsSee all my reviews

This sensitively crafted film tells a story that is important at a time where the world is too bogged down in the material. It is the immaterial, the consciousness, the ability to believe and dream that leads to growth. Inalsingh crafts a film where the captured sights and sounds leads one to a realisation that perhaps there is life in everything and a greater beauty to be found if every individual would just make the effort to open their minds.A first time documentary filmmaker, I am astonished by the fluidity of this film and the manner in which the form of the story and the landscape of Iceland meld together. The music score is well chosen as are the wide range of people interviewed.We should look forward to more from this young producer and director and I for one will be keeping watch. Not surprisingly I understand that it has now been officially selected for the Australian Film Festival. Go to see this one and enjoy it.

Kiran Shiva Akal President Infinite Worlds Inc.


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