In the mid to late 90's, the Reykjavik crime and drug scene saw a drastic change from a relatively small and innocent world into a much more aggressive and violent one.. The film tells the story of this change through the fictional gang of pushers that took control of Iceland's underworld.
- Stars:Thor Kristjansson, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Damon Younger, María Birta, Vignir Rafn Valþórsson, Egill Einarsson, Björn Jörundur Friðbjörnsson, Ísak Hinriksson, Andri Már Birgisson, Þór Jóhannesson, Rúnar Freyr Gíslason, Hilmar Jonsson, Þröstur Leó Gunnarsson, Steinn Ármann Magnússon, Sveinn Geirsson,
- Director:Óskar Thór Axelsson,
- Writer:Óskar Thór Axelsson (script writer), Stefán Máni (novel)
After being reacquainted with a childhood friend Stebbi joins the drug trade world in order to pay off his debt. Inspired by actual events. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: this is a piece of art how our parents passes through to become in this phase now .. how the past of someone affects not only his own future but everyone you are in contact with.sex, love, family, friendship, culture, generations struggle even politics it is life itself i don't know if i am overreacted but i really loved this film. that deepness of being single mother like an experiment with no instruction you just do what you think it is good no granted results just hope.
(ca) wrote: I am absolutely repulsed by the agenda pushing in movies. I'm just done. It's gone so far it's pushed me from something I dearly love. What is the movie format if not expression and art, if it solely exists to persuade you to a certain mindset, it's not a movie, it's squandering of a platform. It's purely and simply propaganda. Or in the case of sandlers movies, it's literally an advertisement. I don't want adds, I don't want propaganda. I want what the format is made for. And that's not this.
(jp) wrote: loved kareena would have liked to have seen more of her character. decent movie. just not a huge fan of the action scenes!
(br) wrote: nothing like pure anger
(mx) wrote: da opening scene was someting else for sure.
(kr) wrote: Why didn't they just administer a truth drug to the bad guy to get the locations of the bombs from him...just saying ?
(gb) wrote: Boring, uninteresting. but stars the guy that was in MAD tv for a few seasons..
(kr) wrote: Very artsy but equally fartsy
(kr) wrote: pretty funny movie some scenes seen a little forced
(gb) wrote: Hell yeah this is terrible, but it's still Dolph. I still think if they gave him a decent script, decent cast around him, and a decent budget, Dolph could have had Jason Statham's action career. I watched it for 2 reasons and 2 reasons only, Rocky IV and Masters of the Universe.
(au) wrote: An interesting take!
(ag) wrote: Used to entertain me as a kid but would rather be annoying when watched today.
(au) wrote: Strangely enough, it's basically a primer on LaVeyan Satanism.
(nl) wrote: Mark Duplass' unique presence makes this sort of work, but overall it's fairly chick-flickish.