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Black’s Game Popular in Iceland

svartur_a_leik_posterThe Icelandic thriller Black’s Game (original title: Svartur á leik), based on a book by Stefán Máni, has proven extremely popular among cinema goers in Iceland; approximately 50,000 people have seen the movie since its premiere early last month.

With income of ISK 63 million (USD 497,000, EUR 372,000), Black’s Game has become the fourth highest-earning Icelandic movie ever made, Morgunblaðið reports.

Due to great demand, the critically-acclaimed movie starring Þorvaldur Davíð Kristjánsson, which features the Reykjavík underworld in 1999, will be screened in cinemas all around the country in the coming days.

Click here to read more about the film.

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