Dir. Benedikt Erlingsson, Iceland, France, Ukraine, 2018, 100 min
Leading a double – life, by day a choir teacher, by night an environmental activist, Halla (Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir) is on a mission to save the demise of her country from the ravages of the aluminum industry in her native Iceland. But along with saving mother Earth, Halla is also in the process of attempting to adopt a child, a drawn-out procedure brought to an unexpected head when a Ukrainian orphan finds herself in dire need of a home. Can Halla continue to wage environmental war while taking on the mantle of loving mother? Or will the authorities catch up with her clandestine activities before she gets to fulfil her dreams?
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