Single mother Anna (poet and rock musician Didda Jonsdottir) from Reykjavík is fed up with Icelandic cold weather. She decides to sell her business and emigrate. Her “business” is selling dope. Unfortunately her successor is low on cash but promises to pay her in 48 hours. Two days that propel Anna through numerous family adventures, bringing together customers, friends and relatives for a goodbye party in her kitchen. A quirky feel-good movie full of Icelandic reggae.
Sólveig Anspach (1960-2015) was born of an Icelandic woman and a US man and studied at the Fémis film school in Paris. After numerous documentaries, in 1998 she made Haut Les Coeurs, her first feature. After her death, the editor, screenplay author, composer and producer assembled The Together Project.