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Nói Albinói Review


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With a population of just 300,000, Iceland is too small to play a major role in world cinema, and that's too bad because no place on Earth photographs better. See any Icelandic film, and no matter the story, the stark landscape is always a co-star.

Such is the case with Nói albinói, a deceptively simple tale of a typically sullen and disaffected teen (Tómas Lemarquis) who has the bad luck to be stuck in a tiny wind-blasted town pushed to the edge of the sea by a razor-sharp mountain that looms ominously. It's not as if Nói can go see a movie at the multiplex in the mall when he's bored.

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