No Such Thing

No Such ThingBBBB

(out of 5)


A surprisingly energetic  plays a young newspaper intern who is sent to Iceland to find out what happened to her missing photographer fiance. He and his crew were sent to research a story about a mysterious creature who lives in a seaside US missile silo, but haven’t been heard from since they arrived. She goes to the abandoned research site herself and meets what can only be described as a monster (). It’s a Hal Hartley film, so this monster is as articulate and philosophical as he is hideous to look at. The pleasure to be taken from this low-key indie flick is the endearing and touching relationship that grows between the two leads, both of whom are perfectly cast. Supporting cast members  and  also add much, as does the gorgeous Icelandic scenery against the beautiful musical score.


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Iceland/USA, 2001

Directed by

Screenplay by Hal Hartley

Cinematography by

Produced by , Hal Hartley,

Music by Hal Hartley

Production Design by

Costume Design by ,

Film Editing by

Cannes Film Festival:  2001

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