THE GERPLA DRIVE
"And we were surprised. The big movie screen opened with footsteps on Rauðasandi, and suddenly the image changed into a theatre performance, then changed back into film, with several players both on stage and on screen, changing lights, sounds and environment. We were taken aback, taken on a journey through the present from the uttermost west of Europe, Látrabjargi, south and then east to Seyðisfjarðar, and with the ferry Norrøna to the Faroe Islands, through the south of Norway and Sweden and then by boat all the way east to Finland. The acting was strong and fascinating, full of suffering, revengefulness, deceit, friendship and love. Homely and universal at the same time, almighty nature and man in deep grief and searching."
A faroese spectator