Duggholufolkid July 1, 6.30 p.m. A young boy brought up by a single mother thrives in the world of make-believe characters. He gets his life experiences through movies, television shows and computers. When he is sent to spend Christmas with his father and his new family on an isolated farm, he is faced with real-life challenges.
Skrappaut July 2, 6 p.m. Anna, a poetess, dish washer and marijuana dealer in her late thirties, lives with her two sons. Tired of her lifestyle and the cold of Iceland, she wishes to show her sons more of the world. She decides to sell her business and a buyer promises the money in 48 hours. What happens during that time forms an interesting climax.
Small Mountain July 2, 7.45 p.m. It's Election Day in a quiet seaside village. Emil, a local handyman, is entrusted to take the sealed ballot box to the airport to be flown to the city for counting. Emil sets out, but his journey is interrupted.
A Koldum Klaka July 3, 6 p.m. A young executive from Tokyo looks forward to his annual holiday, playing golf in Hawaii. But his plans change when his grandfather convinces him that he should hold a memorial service for his parents at the spot where they died — a remote river in Iceland.
Djoflaey Jan July 3, 7.30 p.m. A bittersweet tale of Iceland in the Fifties. Life is rough in Reykjavik's post-war slum of Camp Thule where the abandoned U.S. military barracks have been turned into makeshift homes.
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