Björk has shared that she wish to see extra feminine administrators taking up the Viking Age in movie and TV.
The musician and actor stars in Robert Eggers’ new viking epic The Northman as a whispering Seeress predicting the way forward for Alexander Skarsgård’s Amleth.
The movie follows Amleth as he seeks revenge for the homicide of his father, performed by Ethan Hawke, and goals to avoid wasting his mom Queen Gudrún, performed by Nicole Kidman. Different stars embody Anya Taylor-Pleasure, Claes Bang and Willem Dafoe.
Posting to Fb after attended the Icelandic premier of the movie, Björk shared an announcement about her function and to thank these concerned.
“so proud to be a part of this,” she wrote. “i wish to thank robert eggers , sjón and robin carolan to ask me and dóa on this journey !! i'm past grateful !! and because of james merry for supporting me . and alexander for being a sleek co-actor .
“it feels good to lastly see one´s roots handled with creativeness , intelligence and high quality . ( omg i LOVED the mjötviður mær passages ).”
simply attended the icelandic the northman premier so proud to be a part of this i wish to thank robert eggers ,…
She then paid homage to the Viking Age and expressed a need to see extra feminine filmmakers tackle the time interval.
“fashionable archaeology reveals increasingly more that this era was filled with tradition , textiles , poetry , music , fertility and humour , it wasn’t all simply warfare …
“i hope that is an encouragement for feminine administrators to tackle this era here's a humble hope that my partake on this planted a seed that will develop in that path .
“!! i summon that tree !!”
The Northman can be launched in UK cinemas on April 22 – you'll be able to check out the official trailer right here.
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