Smilla's Sense of Snow

Directed by Bille August
Starring Gabriel Byrne, Julia Ormond

20th Century Fox | April 3, 2012 | DVD

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Smilla, a beautiful but curmudgeonly half-Inuit glaciologist, applies her uncanny understanding of the properties of snow to the fastidious investigation of the murder of an Inuit boy in Copenhagen. The trail leads into the frozen wastelands of coastal Greenland, where Smilla braves the perilous landscape and unearths a tangled web of corporate corruption.

Video Release: April 3, 2012

Runtime: 125

Studio: 20th Century Fox

UPC: 024543781813

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Smilla's Sense of Snow

Directed by Bille August
Starring Gabriel Byrne, Julia Ormond

Video Release: April 3, 2012

Runtime: 125

Studio: 20th Century Fox

UPC: 024543781813


Edition Description
  • Runtime: 125 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

Smilla, a beautiful but curmudgeonly half-Inuit glaciologist, applies her uncanny understanding of the properties of snow to the fastidious investigation of the murder of an Inuit boy in Copenhagen. The trail leads into the frozen wastelands of coastal Greenland, where Smilla braves the perilous landscape and unearths a tangled web of corporate corruption.

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Smilla, a beautiful but curmudgeonly half-Inuit glaciologist, applies her uncanny understanding of the properties of snow to the fastidious investigation of the murder of an Inuit boy in Copenhagen. The trail leads into the frozen wastelands of coastal Greenland, where Smilla braves the perilous landscape and unearths a tangled web of corporate corruption. Based on the bestseller by Peter Hoeg.

Notes

Theatrical release: February 28, 1997. Filmed on location in Greenland, in Kiruna, Sweden, and in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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