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Screaming Masterpiece captures the energy of the world's hottest indie music scene in Iceland's cool capital city of Reykjavik. There are masterful performances by international superstars like Bjrk, Sigur R¢s and M£m, as well as insider looks at the music being played in local clubs by a host of other bands with unforgettable music. The film journeys through Iceland's breathtaking landscape and back down the centuries to Viking times in search of an answer to the question, asked again and again by the music press and eager fans: Why is this music so hot? This is a feature-length powerhouse film, throbbing with musical energy and fast-moving visuals. If you have ever wondered about the distinct and captivating music of Iceland, this is the film that will take you to the source and show you where it's all coming from.
one of the best pieces I've seen showcasing Iceland, and no doubt as it should, through it's rich music scene. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Robert W. Thoren
Great documentary... well, it has a lot of music to call it a documentary, you can really understand how special and unique are Icelandic musical roots and how this amazing... Read morePublished on August 9, 2011 by Jose Efrain Rodriguez
If you're looking for a decent documentary on the music scene in Iceland, "Screaming Masterpiece" is it. Appart from the seemingly-endless begining credits, the db5. Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by Kenneth J. Marzorati