Siblings Sine and Åge are en route to their grandfather’s funeral. A strained conversation in the car escalates into an argument. Sine is adopted from Eritrea, and recently discovered that her grandfather was a Nazi. Why would she say farewell to a man who had wanted her dead?
Úlfur Kjalar Eyjolfsson is a 24-year-old Icelandic director based in Oslo, Norway. He grew up central in Oslo where he developed a passion for filmmaking. Eyjolfsson is currently in his final year of studying directing at Westerdals School of Arts, Communication and Technology, one of Norway’s top film schools. Eyjolfsson’s style is characterized by an urban and exploratory approach to storytelling, often exploring themes of identity, society and the human experience.
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