Jónas, a middle-aged writer, negotiates with an Italian film company to write a script about Snorri Sturluson. He rents a home in a secluded place to enjoy privacy and hires a young woman, Sandra to tend to the place. By doing so, he wants to create the perfect setting. But it doesn’t go well.
Length: 83 min
Pimpaka Towira is an independent film director, screenwriter, and film producer. After graduating from university, she worked on a film production but found it disappointing and turned her focus to film critiquing. Her feature film debut came in 2005 with ‘One Night Husband’ which got it’s premiere at Berlin International Film Festival and was screened in several other festivals all over the world. In 2015 she made her second feature film, ‘The Island Funeral’ which has gathered numerous awards throughout Asia. Pimpaka has made several short films over her career, many of which have been quite successful, such as ‘My father’ (2010), ‘Mother’ (2012) and ‘Prelude to the General’ (2016). Pimpaka Towira’s films include fiction, political commentary and everything in between.