|Original title||Skrapp út|
|PRODUCER||Skúli Fr. Malmquist, Þórir S. Sigurjónsson, Patrick Sobelman|
|DOP||Bergsteinn Björgúlfsson, Árni Sveinsson|
|SCRIPT||Sólveig Anspach, Jean-Luc Gaget|
|SOUND||Jean Mallet, Xavier Drouot, Jean-Guy Véran, Steingrímur Eyfjörð Guðmundsson|
|MUSIC||Martin Wheeler, Sigurður Guðmundsson|
|CO-PRODUCER||Snorri Fairweather, Birgit Linnéa Huber, Árni Sveinsson, Grímar Jónsson|
|CAST||Didda Jónsdóttir, Jörundur Ragnarsson|
Anna Hallgrimsdottir a poetess, dish washer and marijuana dealer in her late thirties lives in Reykjavik with her two sons, Krummi and Ulfur. Anna is tired of her lifestyle and the coldness of Iceland and wishes to show her sons more of the world. Finally she decides to do something about it, move on, and somewhat change her lifestyle. The first step in her revival is to sell her business which consists of her mobile telephone which includes her big list of clients. The sale is an unusual one and the potential buyer promises her the asking price within 48 hours. During those 48 hours Anna gets into all kinds of “Icelandic familial adventures” as her kitchen fills up with customers/friends, partying, while waiting for her to come Back Soon.
After studying philosophy and clinical psychology in Paris, Sólveig joined the Femis, directing department, first class, she graduated in 1989. As part of his studies in school, she signed her first short Films: Out of love and Vestmannaeyjar , with which it returns to the island of his birth. Then right out, he met the young Sandrine led him to make four films for which she is the protagonist, between 1988 and 1993, The Tire to Vizier and Vizirette , which oscillate between documentary and fiction.
Mar del Plata Film Festival, 2008 - Nominated for Best Film/Locarno Film Festival, 2008 - Variety Piazza Grande Prize