A woman is lost in a surreal wasteland, walking alone in search of something she doesn't know what it is. The emptiness drives her forward, the feeling that something is missing, the pit in her stomach. A main character who doesn't know where she is, an audience who doesn't know what's going on, and a short film that doesn't quite know what it is
-What is the first movie experience you remember?
Went to see a cartoon in the Regnboginn movie theater. My dad and I don't remember what movie it was, but there was a cat, a chicken coop, a farmer with little round glasses and a fox: Everything you need for an exciting movie experience.
-What fascinates you about filmmaking?
Too much, how beautifully and efficiently movies can convey information - and how powerfully they can affect us.
-Did anything particularly surprise you in the study?
That I got flushed in the face and almost cried from stress when I had to sing in front of four classmates, then a few months later I sang on stage in Iðnó. And how everyone with me at school was sweet and smart and imaginative.
-And what does the future look like?
Nobody knows, but I'm going to move to the countryside and do something there.