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    'Rams' Director Grímur Hákonarson on Icelandic Pastoral Life and Casting the Right Sheep

    Rough tenderness forged from a life of silent hard work and self-imposed isolation is the defining quality of Grímur Hákonarson’s characters and the trials they endure in “Rams,” a story about brotherly love gone awry set in the vast Icelandic countryside mostly populated by highly-regarded sheep.

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    Is an Icelandic Film a Good Investment?

    The country of 320,000 has a remarkable number of cinematic success stories. Yet the industry is in in a constant struggle to finance their films.

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    Does Iceland Deserve a Better Movie? Examining the Landscape of 'Land Ho!'

    "Land Ho!" is an enjoyable movie, but does it do justice to the Icelandic scenery?

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    Why You Need to Start Paying Attention to Icelandic Cinema

    The fact that Icelandic cinema exists at all is remarkable, given that the country only has around 320,000 inhabitants. The fact that it exists on a relatively large scale and on a level of quality that makes it worthy of celebration at such a large festival is a staggering achievement.

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    How David Gordon Green's 'Prince Avalanche' Compares With the Icelandic Film It's Based On

    If any recent Icelandic film seemed unlikely to attract interest in a remake, it would have be Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson's 2011 debut feature "Either Way," but that's exactly what David Gordon Green has done with "Prince Avalanche."

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