Until his the three films, 2 Guns, Adrift and Everest, all made in Hollywood wit

Until his the three films, 2 Guns, Adrift and Everest, all made in Hollywood with big budgets, Baltasar Kormákur was known for making what seem to be genre films, usually crime movies or family melodramas, and making statements about the changes in Icelandic society, particularly the impact of neoliberalization, privatization and the detrimental influence of the European Union upon the traditional culture of Iceland. Can you see any evidence of that in The Sea? In what way is the film just as much about Iceland as a society and a Nordic country as it is about the family secrets and the dysfunctional relationships between parents, siblings and in-laws?
Movie – The Sea ( can be found on Roku Channel or Sling)