Nói albinói

Nói albinói

  • Director: Dagur Kári
  • Countries of origin: Iceland, Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark
  • Language: Icelandic, French
  • Release date: February 28, 2003
  • Runtime: 1 hour 33 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 1.66 : 1
  • Also known as: Nói
  • "Nói albinói" is a 2003 drama film directed by Dagur Kári and starring Tómas Lemarquis and Þröstur Leó Gunnarsson .
    The film tells the story of the dream of a seventeen-year-old boy Noel and his favorite girl who both escaped from here and rushed out of the cage.

    Details

    • Release date February 28, 2003
    • Filming locations Bolungarvík, Iceland
    • Production companies Zik Zak Kvikmyndir, Essential Filmproduktion GmbH, The Bureau

    Box office

    Budget

    €1,100,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $60,555

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $4,808

    Gross worldwide

    $1,342,010

    Movie reviews

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    • By Rahul 2022-09-30 02:09:26

      away, if…

      Noy , a so-called bad boy
      is actually just a child.
      In fact, he just wants to escape.
      When he can't get out, he hides in the basement under a small carpet. It was just a child who was easily recognized even though he was covering his face, and was asked with a puzzled face, "Oh, Noy, what are you doing?" The tone was a complete rebuke to the naughty child. ... the momentary embarrassment on his face completely revealed his innocence and childishness, but he was still so...

    • By Eula 2022-09-13 00:07:08

      Nói albínói

      A remote town in Iceland is far from the hustle and bustle. The snow season lasts for half a year. The snow can cover half of the house. The
      white world is
      like a cage, and the boy with leukemia is
      trapped . Sleep late, hand in a blank, skip class, drive to wander, even give a classmate a tape recorder to take his place in class,
      and finally the unbearable teacher threatens to resign, the principal has no choice but to fire Noi
      , secretly tinkers with the game...

    • By Tamia 2022-07-09 21:28:07

      on a peaceful life

      On the 18th movie day, Black Eye brought us the Icelandic film "Flying Over the Snow Countryside". Obviously, this is another good film that was delayed by the poor title translation, not to mention the translation of "Icebergs to Tropical Islands", even "Noy the Albino" is better than this.

      The overall tone of the film is shrouded in a faint fluorescent green, with a morbid sense of serenity. The outside is icy and snowy, and the...

    • By Glen 2022-07-09 20:35:08

      The farther you run away, the closer you are to loneliness

      There are already too many things about loneliness and escape. This film, which was produced in 2003, has received such a big response, which is beyond my expectation.
      When it comes to the title of the film, Flying Over the Snow Countryside is pure nonsense, while the iceberg sailing to the tropical island is very appropriate.
      There are always some people who choose to escape as the key word in their lives. In fact, escape is also the natural existence of each of us, but the...

    • By Bartholome 2022-07-09 20:29:40

      [Film running account] Noi.The.Albino

      The memories of 2004, inexplicably want to post today
      ————
      The small town in Iceland always looks beautiful and quiet. When I opened the door in the
      morning , I found that the snow in front of the door was higher than myself. I
      simply went back and went back to sleep
      to wake Noi up, my
      grandmother . Holding a shotgun and shooting out the window,
      Noi was shaken out of bed and
      started his day.
      Noi was having breakfast.
      Another character...

    User comments

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    • By Vern 2022-09-12 16:29:22

      Unapproachable cold. The tragic collapse is destruction or...

    • By Demario 2022-07-09 20:47:03

      This should also be a "living elsewhere" story. We always fantasize that our life should be in the distance, and our world is like a cage. And people in the distance may be fantasizing about our world. The story that tells this process is such a movie, while the other half tells the story of coming to a distant place after a successful "escape", but the theme may become homesickness. Perhaps the conclusion is that we can never cherish the...

    • By Brett 2022-07-09 20:10:24

      There is nothing quite like the disappointment of a 17 year...

    • By Marion 2022-07-09 15:37:46

      Seventeen-year-old nothingness, and dreams so far away that they must be...

    • By Granville 2022-07-09 14:30:14

      You can't learn, you slip when you walk, the girl you like leaves you, you can't even drink a drink, it's rubbish, it's really useless, full of despair in society, there are only fantasies in the tropics, the whole thing Youth is a piece of shit, people who are tired of the world should just stay in the basement and be forced to accept the reality when they are rescued. It's fucking sad to lie in bed with the cold wind...

    Movie plot

    Is he a genius or an idiot? Seventeen-year-old Noel felt wiser than anyone else, unwilling to be ordinary and small and obey the laws of most people; Iceland in winter is like a white prison, and the frozen rivers and snow hide his youthful enthusiasm, which adds to his inner loneliness. His dream and the girl he loves both escaped from this place and rushed out of the cage, but fate seems to have the heart to oppose him, desperately...
    more about Nói albinói Movie plot

    Movie quotes

    • Kristmundur 'Kiddi Beikon' B. Kristmundsson: There's no music in this fucking piano.

    • Lína: Kiddi! What are you doing here?

      Kristmundur 'Kiddi Beikon' B. Kristmundsson: I've come to raise my son.

      Lína: Isn't that a little bit late?

    • Alfre Kennari: [after Nói hands in a blank paper] Are you handing it in like this?

      Nói: Yes.

      Alfre Kennari: And what mark do you think you'll get for it?

      Nói: Zero?

      Alfre Kennari: No, no, no! You get zero point five for writing your name!

      Nói: Really? That's better than I expected.