Competition Narrative Films, Greenland / Denmark 2018, 85 Min., greenl., engl. OV, engl. st

The Greenlandic officer Inuk falls victim to an accident during a coast guard mission in the Arctic Ocean. He slips into a coma and is brought to a hospital in New York, where his fiancée, Anori, a singer, visits him. Inuk’s younger colleague and rescuer, Malik keeps watch alongside her at his bedside. And, just like Inuk, Malik is also fascinated by this strong, beautiful woman … Using flashbacks, "Wind" tells the story of a love under threat. This romantic thriller effortlessly combines a modern urban backdrop with Greenlandic myths, where love and hate appear as elemental forces of nature in an opulently visualised dreamworld. “Wind” is the country’s first feature film directed by a woman. Singer Nukâka Coster-Waldau – daughter of Greenlandic politician Josef Motzfeldt and the wife of Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (“Game of Thrones”) since 1998 – is absolutely captivating in the title role.

Director Pipaluk Kreutzmann Jørgensen

Screenplay Pipaluk Kreutzmann Jørgensen

Producer Pipaluk Kreutzmann Jørgensen

Production Company Karitas Production, Mail:

Camera Freyr Líndal Sævarsson

Cast Nukâka Coster-Waldau (Anori), Ujarneq Fleischer (Malik), Angunnguaq Larsen (Inuk), Klaus Geisler (Ivik)


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