Directed by Peter Flinth
I don’t remember why, but recently this movie came to mind. Here’s a note from two years ago.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who played Jaime in Game of Thrones. Danes are investigating the traces of a missing expedition in Greenland to confirm or refute whether Greenland is a single mini-continent. If it is, then America does not claim the part of the land previously found by it, supposedly separated by a strait from the main continent.
They have been walking for 187 days, and their hair and beards are still the same length. It’s interesting, why don’t the directors change the appearance of the characters? Is there some rule that justifies this?
An interesting moment: after a bout of paranoia and hallucinations, the captain shoots and at that moment realizes his madness.
Iver Iverson’s jacket has narrow shoulders, I think the director intended to show his mismatched appearance but heroic essence he displayed during the expedition.
An example of good cinema from Netflix, after which I respected the service, following a slight loss of respect after The Witcher, and gaining it back after Sound of Fury, and so on. Then I stopped watching altogether, but it’s not related to mood swings.