|PRODUCER||Ingvar Þórðarson, Júlíus Kemp|
|DOP||Jóhann Máni Jóhannsson|
|SCRIPT||Ingibjörg Reynisdóttir, Baldvin Z|
|CAST||Atli Óskar Fjalarsson, Hreindís Ylfa Garðarsdóttir, Haraldur Ari Stefánsson, Birna Rún Eiríksdóttir, Elías Helgi Kofoed-Hansen, María Birta Bjarnadóttir|
|Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival, 2011 - Award: Don Quixote prize for best film in the Youth section / Edda Awards, 2011 - Award: Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role / Exground filmfest, Germany, 2011 - Award: Won the International Youth Film Contest|
When Gabriel returns to Iceland from a two-week trip to Manchester, England, all those close to him seem to think that he has changed somewhat. Having met and befriended his stylist roommate Marcus in the UK, a free thinking, rebellious teenager. Through a series of unfortunate events, tragedy befalls this tight-knit group when Stella, Gabriels best girlfriend, takes her own life. Crushed, Gabriel falls into a black hole of despair, which forces him to take a hard look at himself - which ultimately forces him to reveal a harsh, agonizing secret about himself. What ensues is a tale of complex and fragile relationships, where teenagers struggle with their identities, while forging their place in a sometimes unyielding society. All the while coping with love, loss, hate, betrayal, euphoria, sadness and ultimately... forgiveness.
Baldvin Zophoníasson (1978) is a film maker from Iceland. He began in film when he was quite young and supplemented his film education in Norway and Denmark. He first worked as a freelance cameraman, editor and producer for Icelandic TV companies. He gradually became interested in making commercials and music videos, and has also created several short films. His feature debut is the dramatic film Jitters.