"In Iceland, if you walk along a river towards its source, you might be less struck by the country's raw beauty than by the massive hydro electric dam blocking the way. In the last decade, many of Iceland's iconic waterfalls and valleys have been lost to hydroelectric projects. As exposed in the powerful documentary Dreamland, the country is quickly trading its serenity for big business. The film is worth seeing for the visuals alone. The documentary is all the more exceptional given its ability to seamlessly weave a sense of poetic narrative with stark journalistic storytelling."
Michael Connors i The Concordian om Þorfinnur Guðnason och Andri Snær Magnasons Dreamland (Draumalandið) - läs Islandsbloggens recension av filmen här.