Hlemmur (film)

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Directed by Ólafur Sveinsson
Music by Sigur Rós
Release date
Running time
86 min
Country Iceland
Language Icelandic

Hlemmur is a 2002 Icelandic documentary directed by Ólafur Sveinsson from 2002. It is named after Reykjavík's main bus terminal and revolves around the lives of some unfortunate destitute men who spend most of their time there. The film received the 2003 Edda Award for Best Documentary.

The soundtrack of this documentary was composed and performed by Sigur Rós.[1] The film and the soundtrack were released together in a limited-edition DVD-CD package in August 2007 on the band's label Krúnk. This was the first time the film was released.


  1. ^ "Sigur_Ros_Hlemmur". popplagid.com. 9 October 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2011. 

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