Iceland is one of the most interesting places in the world. For all intents and purposes, it can look and feel like being on another planet. At the same time, it’s not off-putting in any way. I’ve actually been to Iceland. It’s a really beautiful and unique place, and that’s putting it mildly. So, it’s a shame that more cinema isn’t coming out of the country. The potential for striking visuals and intriguing stories are almost endless. Luckily, opening this week is one Icelandic option in the comedy Woman at War. It won’t necessarily make you book a trip after seeing the film, but it is an amusing and well made bit of foreign cinema, something that’s always welcome in the early parts of any year. The movie is a comedy about the lengths that someone will go to stand up for what they believe in.