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An interesting and informative film about Villi's life work filming volcanoes. The setting isn't a glamorous movie theatre, but that adds to the charm.
Villi's cat Mocha watched the film from my lap, friendliest cat I have met!
Opportunity to live a unique experience in Reykjavik: see 1 or 2 hours documentaries about volcanoes in Iceland (from the 40s on) and meet the man who made the docs. There is also a lovely and cute cat to make the experience even greater!
It was so fun to meet Villi and hear his stories. The cinema is comfortable with a large screen and good sound. Villi's two cats Mocha and Voltaire (who "likes to talk philosophy at 4am") were both there too!
It was a great time, the...More
You will meet the man himself, who did lot of recording himself and learnt from his dad. Who was the first person to video all the eruption from the beginning of 20th century.
He is quite old man but full,of life and hummer. He run...More
Pro: Meet the maker. Most of the footage is made by Knut, the filmer himself. Con: the footage has been put together not so well organised. It is a sequence of dates and different vulcanos outbursts. If you want to understand it, bring a map...More
If you do a bit of research you know exactly what you are in for. It was fun meeting with the proprietor and chatting with him a bit before the show. He also had some cats that watched the movie with us. The theater was...More
My husband and I are fascinated by geology so we stayed for both films. Villi himself introduced them- he first shot a film of a volcano when he was 13 and his father needed another camera operator! The first film was a general history of...More
This is a must in a tucked away red building in central reykjavik. You can watch a hour of extraordinary footage of Iceland's geological carnage. With understated commentary from the original cameraman Villi Knudsen. He looms around in the gloom of the cinema, plays down...More
We visited this place because of the trip advisor reviews.
We found it a bit deteriorated. It is a little theater at the back of a house. When we got there, no one answered, after a while a couple came out and offered us icelandic...More
Situated in the heart of Reykjavik,near the lake,the Red Rock cinema, showing the Volcano Show ,is a must for evry tourist to have an insight into the mysteries of nature.It shows all eruptions in Iceland since 1947,very daringly filmed by Villi Knunden and his father....More