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TV fiction


Silja Hauksdóttir

A thirteen year old vanishes without a trace at the turn of the millenium. Nineteen years later her body is discovered and three friends have to face the horror of their past.

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The Journey

Baldvin Z

Two old friends set off on a road trip to reconnect with each other and recharge their batteries. Their journey together takes a series of unexpected turns that force them to confront their own feelings, their manhood, and their pride.

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Eva Sigurðardóttir

  In the 8-part medical drama, ER-doctor, Kristín (45), moves back to her childhood village with her daughter, Lilja (15), in the wake of her divorce, where her psychic mother, Johanna (66), forces Kristín to face the ghosts of her past. While Kristín's soon to be ex, Helgi, tries to win her back, she needs to resolve the complicated past with Ragnar, her old flame and the local policeman, however uncomfortable it may be. Becoming the first doctor in the village in a long time, she quickly finds herself far out of her comfort zone as her pragmatic ideals are in sharp contrast with the village's use of herbal medicine, spiritualism and psychic powers. The clinic has been run by a nurse and receptionist who fight to keep things as they were – and in their opinion, should be.

Kristin's strict scientific worldview doesn't go down too well with the psychic experience of her mother and daughter, causing both tension and friction in their relationships. Lilja finds comfort in her grandmother‘s company but also experiences love for the first time further complicating things.

Kristin's move to her childhood village was meant to be only temporary, but perhaps she needs the village just as much as it needs her.

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Stella Blomkvist II

Óskar Thór Axelsson

Three years after the murder in the ministry, Stella tries her best to survive under prime minister Dagbjört. But a series of new cases pushes Stella back into the maelstrom of crime and politics, where she will have to face down more dangerous adversaries than ever before.

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Baltasar Kormákur, Börkur Sigþórsson, Katrín Björgvinsdóttir

When a brutal murder is committed on private land occupied by a pagan cult, policeman Andri gets a chance to make up for earlier mistakes that have been haunting him for years.

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Björn Hlynur Haraldsson, Gísli Örn Gardarsson, María Reyndal

Colombia has cocaine. Africa has gold. Iceland has fish. These resources are owned by a handful of people in each country. The question of how this came to be in Iceland provides the foundation for this series, which is inspired by real events.

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Tulipop tales

Sigvaldi J. Kárason

Tulipop Tales is an entertaining series about a diverse group of friends who inhabit an extraordinary island called Tulipop. The world of Tulipop is inspired by the land of fire and ice, a.k.a. Iceland. At the heart of Tulipop Tales are universal themes of friendship, diversity and problem solving along with a subtle exploration of understanding and taking care of the natural world.

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