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Noi the Albino

Nói albinói · dir. Dagur Kári
Denmark, Iceland, Germany, Great Britain 2003, 93’

Screenings

06/27, 18:00 · Baj Pomorski – hall A

Trailer

Nói (Tómas Lemarquis), a 17 year-old boy, lives together with his eccentric grandma (Anna Fridriksdóttir), on a remote fjord in southern Iceland. During winters, the fjord is completely isolated from the outside world, surrounded by the ominous mountains and covered by a shroud of snow. Nói dreams about escaping from the snow-white prison, taking Iris (Elín Hansdóttir) — a girl who works at a petrol station, in a nearby small town — with him. However, the unsuccessful attempts are completely out of control and end up in a total disaster. Now, the universe of Nói can only be shaken by a natural disaster, thus opening the door to a better world.

Director:Dagur Kári
Screenplay:Dagur Kári
Music:Orri Jonsson, Dagur Kári
Cinematography:Rasmus Videbæk
Editing:Daniel Dencik
Cast:Tómas Lemarquis, Elín Hansdóttir, Þröstur Leó Gunnarsson, Anna Fridriksdóttir, Pétur Einarsson
Awards:Film roku, Aktor roku, Aktor drugoplanowy roku, Reżyser roku, Scenariusz roku – Edda / Film of the Year, Actor of the Year, Supporting Actor of the Year, Director of the Year, Screenplay of the Year – Edda (2003)