Cinema Scandinavia: This year was saw you in Trapped, which has become so popular. Could you sense you were working on something that would be popular?
Nína Dögg Filippusdóttir: I suppose so, the production was full of great people. We shot most of it out in the country, far from Reykjavik, and sometimes in some very tough weather conditions. We’d get snowed in, for example. So the cast and crew became like a big family. Everyone was aware of the size of the production, so there was a big heart behind it . . .
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