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The County Iceland, Denmark, France, Germany 2019 | 92 min | OV with German subtitles | Colour | FF 2019

Grímur Hákonarson

GRÍMUR HÁKONARSON (*1977) is an Icleandic director and screenplay author. His film Rams (2015) was shown at Cannes in the section Un Certain Regard.

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In this visually impressive, emotionally powerful drama from Iceland, a woman sees red and rebels against a corrupt agricultural cooperative in her district. Inga has a heavily indebted milk farm. After the death of her husband, she stakes everything on a confrontation with the source of her misery: the cooperative, which ruthlessly exploits its monopolistic position to the full and puts farmers under massive, Mafia-like pressure. A struggle between David and Goliath begins. Inga attempts to found her own cooperative against the massive resistance of the powerful bosses, well aware that in doing so she is jeopardising her own existence.

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Orig. Title: Héraðið
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Icelandic
Section: Freihafen
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Director: Grímur Hákonarson
Screenplay: Grímur Hákonarson
Cast: Arndís Hrönn Egilsdóttir, Hinrik Ólafsson, Sigurður Sigurjónsson, Hannes Óli Ágústsson, Ragnhildur Gísladóttir, Sveinn Ólafur Gunnarsson, Jens Albinus
Producer: Grímar Jónsson,Jacob Jarek,Ditte Milsted,Caroline Schluter,Sol Bondy,Jamila Wenske,Carole Scotta,Julie Billy
Sprachfassung: OV with German subtitles
Music: Valgeir Sigurðsson
Director of Photography: Mart Taniel
Production Design: Bjarni “Massi” Sigurbjörnsson
Editor: Kristján Loðmfjörð
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Format: dcp
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German Distributor: Alamode Film
World Sales: New Europe Film Sales
Production: Netop Films; One Two Films; Profile Pictures; Haut et Court
Contact: Alamode Film: info@alamodefilm.de

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