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Bleecker Street has released the trailer for Arctic. The film sees Mads Mikkelsen who becomes stranded in the Arctic after an airplane crash and must venture out into the unknown to survive.
Here’s what Gregory Ellwood said in his review when he saw the film at Cannes last year:
Penna - Amount - Skill - Tension - Clues
Penna shows a good amount of skill in weaving a narrative and creating natural tension. He also, however, leaves very few clues about Overgård’s previous life along the way and, in hindsight, that’s something of a mistake. It ends up leaving the audience only with a driven Mikkelsen to root for (as opposed to a three-dimensional character) although it doesn’t hurt that it’s obvious to anyone watching he endured a great deal making this film. Almost every scene is set outside somewhere in the frozen tundra with a soundstage nowhere in sight. Mikkelsen looks exhausted half the time and as the film...
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