Friday, December 21, 2007

Heima

Last night Ryan and I went with some of my friends from vox to a free screening of the Sigur Ros movie "Heima" which means "Home" in Icelandic. They did a series of unannounced concerts in Iceland after they returned from their world tour. It was an awesome film with incredible music (obviously)

Rob Bell was sitting behind us - and Flannel, the company that makes the Nooma videos was sponsoring the event - so I'd be willing to bet that some future Noomas will have some cinematic similarities to Heima.

Check out the trailer

5 comments:

Matt said...

I so wanted to see this. You all are so lucky. We need to hang out sometime. Thanks for your kind words. Coming from the quenn of blogs, it is a compliment. You rock my fine friend.

B. Irv said...

I didn't know that sigur ros was that popular... I got a cd for Christmas last year from an uncle who likes to give obscure music selections. It is unique and good music. Happy weekend before Christmas! We'll give your love to shell and B

Corey Mann said...

Merry Christmas!

Holly said...

Amber...remember when you were in Japan club? You should check out my blog, we are in Japan right now! Merry Christmas!

Tim said...

That is awesome!!! They haven't done a Chicago screening yet, but I will definitely be there. I saw them in a concert a year ago, and it was AMAZING!