‘Iceland is a deep well for art. Music and cinema has enjoyed growing naturally there, happily removed from (most) of the pulls of regular Western sensibilities, a country whose expansive national imagination comes from an open heart and a sturdy soul. Rams, a new film from Grímur Hákonarson, epitomises those wonderful native traits in an idiosyncratic, reliably oddball, and emotionally writhe little picture – but to what extent?’

Read at Flickreel.

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Freelance film critic.



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Gary Green: Freelance film critic.

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