The story of two brothers, both of whom are Icelandic sheep farmers, neither of which have talked to each other in over four decades. When a viral outbreak puts the lives of their flocks in jeopardy, they must bury their hatches in order to save their livelihoods.
Can’t imagine too many of you are just dying to watch a foreign film about two old, white farmers and their sheep, but do yourself a favor and don’t write this one off. Sure, it takes its time, but it’s really quite special and surprisingly impactful/moving when all is said and done. As with every movie filmed in Iceland, the scenery doesn’t hurt, either. Give it a shot, folks. Good stuff.
It’s got a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes.