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Hvítur, hvítur dagur is a movie starring Ingvar Sigurdsson, Ída Mekkín Hlynsdóttir, and Hilmir Snær Guðnason. An off duty police begins to suspect a local man for having had an affair with his recently dead wife. Gradually his...

Genres
Drama
Director
Hlynur Palmason
Starring
Ingvar Sigurdsson, Sara Dögg Ásgeirsdóttir, Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Ída Mekkín Hlynsdóttir

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Genres Drama
Director Hlynur Palmason
Writer Hlynur Palmason
Stars Ingvar Sigurdsson, Sara Dögg Ásgeirsdóttir, Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Ída Mekkín Hlynsdóttir
Country Sweden, Iceland, Denmark
Also Known As Μια Λευκή, Λευκή Μέρα, En vit, vit dag, Un jour si blanc, Weißer, weißer Tag, A legfehérebb nap, Balta balta diena, En hvit, hvit dag, Weisser weisser Tag, A White, White Day, Biały, biały dzień, En hvid, hvid dag
Runtime 1 h 49 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In a remote Icelandic town, an off duty police chief begins to suspect a local man for having had an affair with his wife, who recently died in a car accident. Gradually his obsession for finding out the truth accumulates and inevitably begins to endanger himself and his loved ones. A story of grief, revenge and unconditional love.

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Sunday, 20 Dec 2020 08:04

Three years after the events of World War II in the middle east, young American scientist Ned Fox (James D'Arcy) is leaving his job to return to his hometown in Oregon, USA, where he had grown up. However, his old life has not entirely returned to him. Ned feels that his father was taken away from him. His mother, Gloria (Dorothy Stratton), was unable to carry on the family tradition of looking after young boys. Her husband, David (Arliss Howard), is no longer physically present. A German merchant (Donald Pleasence), whom Ned met at a party, finds him and takes him into his home, where they learn that the young boy's father was the 'doctor' in the German concentration camp. After an attempted rescue, and when Gloria is about to lose her sanity and Ned becomes less and less capable of dealing with his father, the two boys return to their old hometown. There, they meet the locals and discover that their father's experiences have left an indelible mark on them. Their relationship with their father has been obscured by the actions of the Nazis. But there is still a story to be told about the war, and about the dark side of the human mind. However, the events of the war have left a scar on the family. The citizens of the small town have forgotten the past, but their memories are still vivid in their minds. It is now up to them to find the answers to their questions about the past. "Ned and John" is a fine piece of work by a master director, one of the greatest directors of the 20th century. One of the few films that I have seen that I can watch again and again and still enjoy. This is the type of film that should be included in every film enthusiast's collection. I cannot give away any of the plot, because it would only spoil the experience. However, there are elements of the film that are well told, and those elements are usually well shot. The soundtrack is well composed, and I was impressed with the cinematography. It is not the most modern film out there, but it is very well made. My only complaint is that the performances by the actors seem to be weak at times. James D'Arcy is a fine actor, but I did not feel that he gave his best performance. Dorothea Page was not convincing as the grieving mother. Dorothy Stratton was a better performance than I thought she would be, but I think that her performance was not as strong as it could have been. This was
Monday, 21 Sep 2020 22:43

The unnamed narrator of 'Abundance' is our witness as we follow the adventures of his dog, from his birth to his debut in the limelight. Although he has yet to see the first fruits of his birth, he can clearly see the fruits of his childhood and his entire life in the present. He is in his twenties now and he is working as a real estate broker in a little apartment in an old, yellowed hotel. He is overwhelmed with the same characteristics of youth and youthfulness that his own dog has always brought with it. What we see in the first scenes of the film is just a glimpse of that lifetime of youthfulness and beauty, the period of his youth, in which the narrator finds his true worth and value. 'Abundance' is one of the few Swedish films that I have seen that is not a movie with a typical American or European plot. It is a film about childhood and true life experiences that does not set out from its plot to tell us that it is all good, or that it is all bad. This is what the narrator is trying to tell us, but then, he doesn't seem to have enough confidence in his own ability to do so. He takes us on a journey in which he is tempted to believe that what is happening to him is happening to all of us. The film is not that unique either, with all the few Swedish films that come close to it, 'Abundance' is not that good, in the sense that it has to be a film of some kind, and we get that feeling that it is a film about life and all it has to offer. I think this is what makes 'Abundance' really worth watching, but also because it does not try to tell us that this is the story of life. 'Abundance' is about the real journey of youthfulness and the so called special qualities that comes with it. I do not think this is the story of life and that is what the film tells us. This is not a film that has to have a plot to tell us something important about life, because it is about the real essence of life, the growth, change and learning of our youthfulness and the beauty that is a part of it. So that is why 'Abundance' is so great. However, as I mentioned before, the film is not about a plot. The plot would be better described as the plot of a child. The plot is the story of a boy growing up in the world of adulthood. The plot is the story of a boy that goes through this changing period of his life and how he comes to be able to take the place of his own childhood. But it is not the story of a child that the narrator was. In this respect, '
Monday, 21 Sep 2020 13:26

It is my belief that if this was intended to be an allegory for something, it would have been better served with a clear plot and coherence of motivations, rather than allowing things to spin out of control to be impossible to resolve. The other thing I feel that the filmmakers failed to do was to give the viewer the sense that they were witnessing events and feelings that were happening in real life. I don't know how I would feel if I were in their position, but to my mind that would be more fulfilling. The film could have been better as an allegory for something, but when one watches it with any degree of detachment it becomes clear that it was more a statement on how things can go wrong. I have seen my share of conspiracy theories and there are far too many that are bound to occur in this scenario to reduce the film to a film simply about the conspiracy itself. Some of the theories are admittedly good and I have seen some of the finer points that were mentioned. However, I feel that some of the topics that were covered are not really things that really have to be addressed. This film is not "the smoking gun". This film is a statement on how people can go into this world, get to the point where they think they can do whatever they want, and then end up getting caught in a whole lot of trouble. People can be tragic and can act completely out of whack, but there is a limit to how far you can get down that road and how long you can avoid it. This film has a great deal to say, but at the same time has a lot to say with little to say.
Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 04:16

Makkak is in no way a brilliant movie. It is a relatively conventional biopic, in which the main character is played by a middle aged man who looks like a young boy. But in that sense it succeeds very well. There are no spectacular scenes, no original songs, no pretentious conversations. It is not a biopic in the traditional sense. The main character is played by a middle aged man. You know what to expect from this kind of movie. The film's success is in its use of real life actors. At first glance the main character in this film looks like a boy, but his voice is older, he has a beard, and he has a moustache. In fact, I would rate this film as an average drama. It is slightly above mediocre. It is about a grandfather who has a mysterious illness. He suffers from the same kind of disease as the great Scandinavian personality, Gustav Holst, who won a Nobel Prize in 1895 for discovering a new drug that can cure some of the diseases. Gustav's disease is also cancer. The characters in this movie are like characters in Gustav Holst's biography, but the film manages to make the connection between the grandfather and his grandson. One of the main problems of this film is that you know exactly who the main character is from the very first moment. The story is quite pedestrian, and the performances of the actors are not very convincing. I was expecting a drama, not a biopic. The movie is more about the story than about the characters. It is a good story, but the characters have been used to make a dramatic connection between the grandfather and his grandson. I like the film. It is not groundbreaking, but it is an enjoyable film. I give it a 8.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 22:53

A film about the time of the 9/11 hijacking. In all this scenes are there is a lot of light (like in a candlelit room or somewhere) or a lot of silence. In these moments of silence you can feel the depth of this film. The director's "mood" is extremely dark. For example you can feel that the film tries to show two different sides of the story. Not only about the 11 September attack, but about the everyday life in the Twin Towers. I know the director used to show the horror of the Twin Towers, and the truth of what happened there, but the feeling that it was a work of fiction kept my attention, and this feeling was gradually overcome by the film's way of telling its story. The "life" of 9/11 is shown in a very realistic way. For example the dialogue is always "frightening", but is never aggressive, instead the way the camera moves and the way the camera works is very realistic. The relationship between the director and the actors is very natural. The actors are very close to the director, they talk to him at least one or two times during the film. This also helps to create a "personal connection" with the characters. Also, the most difficult scene to watch is in the scene between Finn and his brother. It's a very emotional moment. But it's not a melodrama, it's not even funny. It's a real reaction to the situation that Finn and his brother live in. Not only about the incident, but also about the differences between these two. Even though it is a small, very serious scene, it's an important one in this film. This is the last thing I want to say about the acting. As I said before, the directors' mood is very dark. In this film, the actors are talking about everything. Sometimes you can feel that they are talking about their own lives, but other times, when you watch the film you feel they are talking about something bigger. The actors work very well with the director. If you watch this film, you'll have a very intense experience. The film doesn't use any violence or violent scenes to make a point. Instead, it shows the harshness of everyday life in this time. I would suggest the film to any director, and I would give this film 8/10.


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