Director: Joe Penna
Starring: Mads Mikkelsen
Yup, I’m reviewing another current film. This one was a no brainer for me because Mads Mikkelsen is one of my favorite living and working actors at the moment (second only to the almighty Clint Eastwood). This film didn’t really have much appeal to me at all, besides it staring Mads Mikkelsen. That is before I viewed it. The story is that of your basic survival /rescue flick. A lone man survives a plane crash in the middle of the Arctic, then sets up a make shift camp in what remains of the airplane’s wreckage. He has to fight the elements of the extreme cold and figure out a way to survive. There is barely any dialog at all for most of the film… that is until another crash happens near the camp, and he has a newly injured guest who is unconscious and almost dead. Mads needs to make decisions if he wants to survive and save the newly found companion. This was a really cool film that supposedly was shot in Iceland.
I didn’t know anything about the director until viewing the movie and wondering who he was and if there was anything else he had directed that I could watch. Penna is from Brazil and apparently started his career in film by having a Youtube channel that had 3 million subscribers. (NW)
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