The Seagull's Laughter

2001, Drama/Comedy, 1h 42m

32 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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Though uneven in spots, this delightful comedy will, nevertheless, put a smile on your face. Read critic reviews

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In 1950s Iceland, a sassy widow named Freyja (Margrét Vilhjálmsdóttir) arrives home from America with a newer, slimmer look and a mental list of grievances. Not one to stay single long, Freyja moves in with her aunt, uncle and shrewd young cousin, Agga (Ugla Egilsdóttir), and quickly begins looking for a new husband. She manages to charm a number of local bachelors, including Björn (Heino Ferch), but when men start turning up dead, Agga suspects Freyja of murder.

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