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  • Reply to a Letter from Helga | Bergsveinn Birgisson

    Reply to a Letter from Helga

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Bergsveinn Birgisson
    • Narrated By Arthur Morey
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    Bjarni has long held on to a letter from former lover Helga, with whom he shared an illicit, impassioned love. Her letter invited him to leave his wife and his farm and pursue prosperity in the city, where World War II had brought an influx of American marines and opportunities for work. But he chose not to reply. Years later, as he reflects on a long and simple life among the sheep in the Icelandic hillsides, he finally finds himself ready to explain why.

  • Svar på Helgas brev | Bergsveinn Birgisson

    Svar på Helgas brev

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Bergsveinn Birgisson
    • Narrated By Bent Otto Hansen
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    En 90-årig fåreavler, der har levet hele sit liv i et afsides område af Island, skriver et brev til sin elskede Helga. Kvinden han aldrig fik, men på sin egen måde forblev tro. Deres smukke, men korte kærlighedshistorie væves i brevet sammen med erindringsglimt fra et barsk liv tæt på naturen, ligesom pasningen af de højtelskede dyr poetisk smelter sammen med fortællerens erotiske længsel.

  • La lettre à Helga | Bergsveinn Birgisson

    La lettre à Helga

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Bergsveinn Birgisson
    • Narrated By Rufus
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    Au seuil de sa fin de vie, Bjarni - fermier islandais - décide de rompre le silence et d'écrire une longue lettre à son grand amour perdu, Helga, sa belle voisine. Il y raconte l'existence qui s'est écoulée, de l'après-guerre à nos jours, les temps qui changent, la solitude glacée, mais surtout livre le secret d'une âme simple et le regret qui la torture : n'avoir pas su rompre avec son mode de vie immémorial en fuyant avec elle à Reykjavík.

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