From the director of ‘The County’, ‘Rams’, won the prestigious Un Certain Regard Award at Cannes 2015.
In secluded Iceland, two brothers live on neighbouring farms yet haven’t spoken for 40 years. When their prize-winning flocks are threatened, the estranged pair are forced to put their differences behind them to avoid local authorities.
‘Rams’ combines both the austere beauty of the country’s landscape and its people’s seemingly native wry, deliciously mordant humour.
★★★★ “Polished storytelling, radiant humanism, great acting and immaculate cinematography” - Leslie Felperin, The Guardian
★★★★ “Hilarious and heartbreaking” - Mark Kermode, The Observer
★★★★ “Pathos so cold it stings your cheeks” - Robbie Collin, The Telegraph