The Sea

Baltasar Kormakur (101 REYKJAVIK)'s darkly humorous dysfunctional family saga is rooted in the raging controversy over a system of fishing quotas that regulates Iceland's premier industry, but you don't need to be familiar with the complicated situation to enjoy the film. The characters are as familiar as those in Shakespeare: There's aging, Lear-like patriarch...read more

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01:53 — Trailer for The Sea. Mourning the recent death of his wife and wrestling with the demons of his past, a retired art historian (Ciaran Hinds; Munich) t (more…)
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02:03 — The Sea, a dark comedy in the vein of The Celebration, takes what we know of the family drama and spins it into an unexpected whirl of emotions with s (more…)

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  • Released: 2003
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Baltasar Kormakur (101 REYKJAVIK)'s darkly humorous dysfunctional family saga is rooted in the raging controversy over a system of fishing quotas that regulates Iceland's premier industry, but you don't need to be familiar with the complicated situation to… (more)

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