Zero Kelvin

Raw and brutal.


In 1920s Oslo, Henrik Larsen, an aspiring poet, leaves his girlfriend to spend a year as a trapper in Greenland, where he is teamed with a sailor and a scientist.

The men are trapped in a tiny hut, as the Arctic winter sets in, and a complex and intense love/hate relationship develops between the poet and the sailor – both who are more like one another than either would like to admit. Their conflict plays out in isolation amidst stunningly bleak Arctic scenery, filmed in Svalbard autumn 1994.

Zero Kelvin
Genre Feature Film
Produced for Norsk Film
Year 1995