Journey Through a Small Hole in a Glove (about Lofoten in Nor)
Lofoten archipelago in Norway is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands.
The movie is part of Stranger Than Fiction documental Film Festival and the director Anna Schwingenschuh will be present at the screening.
Translated from German introduction:
The Lofoten archipelago is a popular travel destination. At least in summer. Few tourists come in winter. What is now dawning is the time of rest and cold, darkness and slowness. Cod fishing. Those who stay now are either island residents, want to become one or not at all. A film that rises like a travelogue, spreads out like a spider web and tells the story of island life from different perspectives. Of northern lights and longings - "as if we were on another planet".
IMPORTANT! Since the movie is shown in a small hall, only once and it´s a part of a film festival I recomend buying tickets as soon as you have decided to join us :)Protected content
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