The powerful new film by Hlynur Pálmason centres on a grieving police officer in rural Iceland (Ingvar E. Sigurðsson) who turns his vengeful sights on a neighbour he suspects may have had an affair with his now-deceased wife.
- " The slow-burning A White, White Day thrives on a barely-felt erotic charge before sexual jealousy eventually runs rampant behind the domestic veneer. " – Paddy Kehoe (RTÉ, Ireland)
- " Part family drama, part murder mystery, part thriller, A White, White Day plays out unconventionally. Its striking visuals and impressive performances hook you in. " – Deirdre Molumby (entertainment.ie)
- " The film fairly ravishes the senses, with its sense of weather as destiny. All of the performances are solid. Sigurdsson and Hlynsdottir, as grandfather and granddaughter, are like granite: the film succeeds because of their bond." – Paul Byrnes (Sydney Morning Herald)