In the stern landscape of rural Iceland Inga ekes out a bleak, careworn existence on a remote farm with her husband Reynir. Steeped in debt and exhausted by harsh, physical labour, her isolation becomes absolute when she finds herself suddenly on her own. Uncovering shady dealings by the neighbourhood co-operative that push her further into a corner, she channels her grief and anger into fighting against local corruption and injustice. Inga’s methods of resistance are sparky and ingenious, supplying occasional injections of visual humour into this stirring tale from the director of Rams.
Fri 19 November 7.30pm
Stoke Prior Village Hall HR6 0LG
There will be an interval during this film