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From Iceland To EDEN – screening inquiry with admission.
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, VP, Distribution.Run Time: 90 minutes | Language: Icelandic w/English Subtitles | Rating: NR (violence, disturbing images, drug usage, some sexuality and language)
While narrowly escaping a police raid on his home, Oliver (Hansel Eagle) bumps into Loa (Telma Huld Jóhannesdóttir). Recognizing his street name from the club scene of Reykjavik, she says destiny has brought them together. As they desperately seek help from Loa’s colorful acquaintances, the duo become lovers and partners in crime. Running small deals leads to dangerous encounters with an infamous crime syndicate. As Oliver and Loa get sucked deeper into the Icelandic underworld, they dream of escaping to a tropical paradise, but can they pull off just one last heist?
Directed and written by Snævar Sölvi Sölvason
Cast: Telma Huld Jóhannesdóttir, Hansel Eagle, Arnar Jónsson, Þormodur Eiriksson, Steinunn Ólína Þorsteinsdóttir, Tinna Sverrisdottir, Gunnar Maris, Blaer Hinriksson, Valgeir Skagfjord, Einar Vidar G. Thoroddsen, Hjalti P. Finnsson, and Robert Gislason
- "A wild mix of suspense and comedy"- Vísir
- One of 25 films selected for New Nordic Films at The Norwegian International Film Festival Haugesund
- Original score by the bright young star Magnus Johann Ragnarsson
- Original soundtrack by Þormodur Eiriksson, Iceland's most popular music producer despite being only 23 years old. Þormodur has dominated the Icelandic music scene lately and written and produced songs for the most popular acts, such as Joi P and Kroli, Herra Hnetursmjor and Huginn. In Eden he debuted the rising stars Lukku Laki and Countess Malaise.
- Featuring Arnar Jónsson, Iceland’s most seasoned stage actor. Arnar was the voice of the Disney animated villains in Iceland, portraying such characters as Jafar in Aladdin and Scar from The Lion king.
Running Time: 90 MINS
Genre: Documentary, Drama
Sound Mix: Stereo, 5.1
Ratio: Scope 2.39:1 (widescreen), HD
Language: Icelandic w/English Subtitles
Closed Captions: Available