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KEEP FROZEN

BY HULDA ROS GUDNADOTTIR

„KEEP FROZEN ist ein visuell sehr beeindruckendes Portrait der Dock-Arbeiter am alten Hafen von Reykjavik. 16 Männer, 48 Stunden, 675 Tonnen und 25.000 Fischkisten – Das sind die Rahmenbedingungen von Gudnadottir Dokumentarfilm über Arbeit, Veränderung von Arbeit und den Strukturwandel in Island.“

Englisch:

KEEP FROZEN is a visually stunning portrait of dock workers at the port of Reykjavik. 16 Men, 48 hours & 675 tonnes of fish – All these are the general conditions of Gundnadittir’s documentary about labour and the restructuring of Iceland.

AVAILABLE RIGHTS

VOD Rights Germany, Austria

ORIGINAL TITLE

Kati Kati

YEAR

2016

GENRE

Documentary

 

DURATION

68 min.

 

ORIGINAL LANGUAGE

Icelandic, Polish

 

COUNTRY

Iceland

 

DIRECTOR

Hulda Ros Gudnadottir

 

WRITER

Hulda Ros Gudnadottir

 

CAST

PRODUCTION

Skarkali

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