March 18 – April 1

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A White, White Day
Hvítur, Hvítur Dagur
2019 Iceland, Denmark, Sweden 109 min
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In a fog, masking Icelandic landscape, an off-duty policeman mourns his late wife, who died in a tragic car accident. One day, while going through her things, he discovers a big secret. Love and grief transforms into anger and revenge. Even the little bright moments with a playful 9-year-old granddaughter (played by director's daughter) get a whole different meaning and cease to cheer him up. For a multilayered role, I. Sigurdsson received best actor award at Cannes International Critics' Week.

"When everything is white, and you can no longer see the difference between earth and sky, the dead can talk to the living" a quote that inspired the talented Hlynur Palmason to resurrect the ghosts of the past in the white mist. Director, who was awarded for the best film at Vilnius Film Festival in 2018, returns with a strong drama." (Dovilė Raustytė-Mateikė)

Filmography

In a fog, masking Icelandic landscape, an off-duty policeman mourns his late wife, who died in a tragic car accident. One day, while going through her things, he discovers a big secret. Love and grief transforms into anger and revenge. Even the little bright moments with a playful 9-year-old granddaughter (played by director's daughter) get a whole different meaning and cease to cheer him up. For a multilayered role, I. Sigurdsson received best actor award at Cannes International Critics' Week.

"When everything is white, and you can no longer see the difference between earth and sky, the dead can talk to the living" a quote that inspired the talented Hlynur Palmason to resurrect the ghosts of the past in the white mist. Director, who was awarded for the best film at Vilnius Film Festival in 2018, returns with a strong drama." (Dovilė Raustytė-Mateikė)


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Director(s) - Hlynur Pálmason
Screenwriter(s) - Hlynur Pálmason
Actors - Ingvar E. Sigurðsson, Ída Mekkín Hlynsdóttir
Producer(s) - Hlynur Pálmason, Ingvar E. Sigurðsson, Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson, Arnbjörg Hafliðadóttir, Eva Jakobsen, Mikkel Jersin, Gunnhildur Helga Katrínardóttir, Anthony Muir, Katrin Pors, Hörður Rúnarsson, Ingvar Sigurdsson, Anton Máni Svansson, Nima Yousefi, Baldvin Zophoníasson, Andri Óttarsson
Cinematographer - Maria von Hausswolff
Editor(s) - Julius Krebs Damsbo
Sound - Lars Halvorsen
Composer(s) - Edmund Finnis
Sales agent - New Europe Film Sales
Distributor - Kino Pavasaris Distribution
Production company -
Translation - Jurgita Marija Abraitytė
Dialogues - Icelandic
Subtitles - Lithuanian
Filmography

In a fog, masking Icelandic landscape, an off-duty policeman mourns his late wife, who died in a tragic car accident. One day, while going through her things, he discovers a big secret. Love and grief transforms into anger and revenge. Even the little bright moments with a playful 9-year-old granddaughter (played by director's daughter) get a whole different meaning and cease to cheer him up. For a multilayered role, I. Sigurdsson received best actor award at Cannes International Critics' Week.

"When everything is white, and you can no longer see the difference between earth and sky, the dead can talk to the living" a quote that inspired the talented Hlynur Palmason to resurrect the ghosts of the past in the white mist. Director, who was awarded for the best film at Vilnius Film Festival in 2018, returns with a strong drama." (Dovilė Raustytė-Mateikė)


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