Tomorrow, the Nordic Heritage Museum will be hosting an afternoon of Nordic cinema and soup. They’ll be showing the film, “Jóhannes,” which is a comedy from Iceland.
Here’s a movie description from the Icelandic Film Centre:
“Jóhannes a middle aged art teacher leads a dull life until he meets a young and very beautiful woman by accident. Meeting her starts a series of hilarious events where Johannes sinks deeper and deeper into trouble. All attempts to correct a heap of misunderstandings only leads to new disasters. Johannes, the lead role, is played by Icelandic comedy icon Laddi who has entertained Icelanders for over 40 years.”
The museum will be serving homemade soup, bread, cookies and coffee. It costs $7 for members and $10 for non-members, and starts at noon tomorrow (Tuesday). For more info and a movie trailer, visit the Nordic Heritage Museum’s event page.