Tag: hafsteinngunnarsigur├░sson

Review: UNDER THE TREE, Where a Feud Begins

On the heels of Winter Brothers, a dramedy about alienation, brotherhood and "being loved and fucked" (read the review), comes yet another Icelandic dramedy, Under the Tree. Compared to the artist Hlynur Pálmason behind Winter Brothers, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson has...

Venice 2017 Review: UNDER THE TREE, Reason Eclipsed in Dark Icelandic Social Satire

Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson third feature, a social satire Under the Tree, aptly embodies the present times when primal urges emerge coagulating the state of civilization into homo homini lupus-type of society when populism and other forms of extremism cast thick shadows over reason.

Review: PRINCE AVALANCHE Delivers a Hint of the Old David Gordon Green

Many reviews of Your Highness and The Sitter, two of the more pitiful comedies of 2011, featured concerned inquiries as to what (and in some cases what THE HELL) had happened to those films' director, David Gordon Green. His first...

Indie Beat: 5 Most Intriguing Indies In August

Okay folks, let's get to it. Here are five independent features opening theatrically this August in the U.S. that just may be worth your attention and dollars. Two of the films I have seen, and the other three I am...

Paul Rudd And Emile Hirsch Make Quite The Odd Couple In The Trailer For PRINCE AVALANCHE

I don't know about you, but I for one am quite pleased to see David Gordon Green direct a film that appears to have nothing to do with marijuana or explosions. It also appears that James Franco is nowhere in...

Sundance 2013 Review: PRINCE AVALANCHE Delivers a Hint of the Old David Gordon Green

Many reviews of Your Highness and The Sitter, two of the more pitiful comedies of 2011, featured concerned inquiries as to what (and in some cases what THE HELL) had happened to those films' director, David Gordon Green. His first...

David Gordon Green, Paul Rudd And Emile Hirsch Remaking Icelandic Road Comedy EITHER WAY

David Gordon Green, you sly dog. While the media focus on Green in recent days has largely revolved around his proposed remake of Dario Argento's Suspiria, ScreenAnarchy has learned that the Pineapple Express director - with actors Paul Rudd and...