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Last Farm in the Valley, The
Last Farm in the Valley, The

Last Farm in the Valley, The

The evil trolls have managed to get rid of all the farmers in the valley except Björn which still goes strong with his mother and two children, Sólrún and Bergur. The reason is the talisman his mother keeps, which protects them. But the wicked trolls are crafty and transform themselves into humans and offer Björn his assistance. Soon young Bergur suspect’s foul play but it may be too late. But help is at hand in the form of a friendly dwarf and the beautiful fairy queen who watches over them.

About the film

  • Type: Feature Film
  • National Premiere Date: March 30, 1950, Austubæjarbíó
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Length: 85 min.
  • Language: Icelandic
  • Original Title: Síðasti bærinn í dalnum
  • International Title: Last Farm in the Valley, The
  • Production Year: 1950
  • Production Countries: Iceland
  • IMDB: Last Farm in the Valley, The
  • Icelandic Film Centre Grant: No
  • Based on a : Novel
  • Antecendent Title: The Last Farm in the Valley
  • Production Format: 16mm
  • Color: Yes

Crew

Cast

Festivals

  • Ultima Thule, ýmsir sýningarstaðir, Pólland, 2016
  • Images from the Edge: Classic and Contempory Films from Iceland, Lincoln Center, New York, 2012

Television distribution

  • Iceland: RÚV, 1972
  • Iceland: RÚV, 1978

Cinema distribution

  • Iceland: Austurbæjarbíó, 1950
  • Iceland: Iðnó, 1953
  • Iceland: Austurbæjarbíó, 1956
  • Iceland: Bæjarbíó Hafnarfirði, 1956
  • Iceland: Stjörnubíó, 1957
  • Iceland: Bæjarbíó Hafnarfirði, 1958
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbíó, 1958
  • Iceland: Trípólíbíó, 1958
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbíó, 1959
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbíó, 1960
  • Iceland: Bæjarbíó Hafnarfirði, 1960
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1962
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1963
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1964
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1965
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1966
  • Iceland: Tjarnarbær, 1970
  • Iceland: Kópavogsbíó, 1971
  • Iceland: Bíóbær, 1983
  • Iceland: Regnboginn, 1980
  • Iceland: Bæjarbíó Akureyri, 1988
  • Iceland: Regnboginn, 1995
  • Iceland: Herðubreið Seyðisfirði, 1995
  • Iceland: Bæjarbíó Hafnarfirði, 2010

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