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From the sublime to the ridiculous: Godland reviewed

8 April 2023

9:00 AM

8 April 2023

9:00 AM


12A, Selected Cinemas

Godland is a film to see on the big screen: not just for its awesome, immersive cinematography, but because it is so remorselessly bleak that if you’re watching it at home you are likely to give up. To get the most out of it you need to be trapped.

Lucas (Elliott Crosset Hove), an upright, serious, bearded young Lutheran priest in late 19th-century Denmark, is being sent to Iceland as a missionary.

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