Life In A Fishbowl

Toronto 2014
Official Selection
Ventana Sur 2014
European Screenings
Zurich Film Festival 2014
Competition

Life In A Fishbowl

A Film by Baldvin Z

2014 - Iceland - Drama - DCP - 2.35 - 130 min.

with Thorsteinn Bachmann , Hera Hilmarsdóttir & Thor Kristjánsson

Languages: English , Icelandic
Produced by Julius Kemp & Ingvar Thordarson

Reykjavik. After a tragedy, Writer Móri drinks himself into oblivion on a twenty-year binge. Eik, a young single mom moonlights as a prostitute to make ends meet. Young father and good husband, Sölvi, is recruited into the snake pit of the Icelandic international banking. Soon fate will make them meet.

Toronto 2014
Official Selection
Ventana Sur 2014
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Zurich Film Festival 2014
Competition

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