Dreamland, The Story of the Blue Planet, Love Star …
Posted on: Mar 19 2009 in News with 1 Comment
John Thorbjarnarson – in memoriam
February 18, 2010
Dreamland – The Movie
March 14, 2009
Dreamland – the movie
April 24, 2009
LoveStar nominated for the 2016 Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire
February 2, 2016
Blue Planet in Turkish and LoveStar in Arabic
January 27, 2016
Morrison, Ishiguru, Leine, Houellebecq and Magnason nominated in Québec
November 25, 2015
I am anxious to see the entire movie, Dreamland, in English. I want to envision the mind of the master, and wonder about the technology used to create this “most important movie for Iceland”. I have to wonder,(dream) where the aluminum came from, for his camera, the metal, the glass, the rubber, the lights, the sound. Was it unearthed from beneath a lava rock? Or manufactured from the hard work and toiling of nations that chose to advance rather than continue to gather around fires and write their stories on sheep skins. I see the familes that live around Reydarfjordur, who would otherwise be living in some other country. The families that enjoy the sports arena, the fair quality of life – hard working people that have a place on this earth to live, a good job with good benefits. Certainly every industry has a compromise. Every house that is built means a tree must fall. Where do we really find total communion with nature? With nothing? Around a fire made with flint? Eating roots and moss? Look at yourself, and ask, what am I wearing, driving, cooking, watching, living that doesn’t require sacrifice somewhere. Is this movie really fair? Take a personal inventory. That is all I ask.
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