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  • Summary: Fiona is the manager of a fast-food restaurant. She lives comfortably with her family in the suburbs. In other words, Fiona is happy… until one day she accidentally gets locked into a walk-in fridge. She escapes the next morning, half frozen and barely alive, only to realize that her husband and two children didn't even notice she was missing. But when Fiona develops an obsession for everything cold and icy: snow, polar bears, fridges, icebergs – she drops everything, climbs into a frozen goods delivery truck and leaves home. For a real iceberg. (First Run Features) Expand
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  3. Negative: 3 out of 10
  1. Reviewed by: Ken Fox
    88
    Three Belgian clowns wrote and directed this sly, winsome tale of one woman's quest for her destiny in the polar seas after an absurd but life-altering accident reveals the emptiness of her mundane, middle-class life.
  2. 83
    The Belgian comedy The Iceberg might be a pale shadow of the films of the great French comedian Jacques Tati, but even that's enough to qualify it as an amusing, inventive effort.
  3. 75
    The Iceberg is a riot, a quintessential French comedy with an improbable plot and an unbelievable cast of characters.
  4. Reviewed by: Matt Zoller Seitz
    70
    Its simultaneously silly and grave tone finds humor in the characters' delusions and obsessions while celebrating their uniqueness.
  5. Not every sight gag works, and there's a brief stretch in the middle where the action becomes landlocked. But once we're out to sea the movie goes swimmingly--its three protagonists fighting, flailing, and often on the verge of drowning as their tiny skiff surges toward the land of the Inuit.
  6. Reviewed by: Jim Ridley
    30
    The result packs all the hilarity of a museum installation on The Semiotics of Silent Comedy.
  7. Reviewed by: Phil Hall
    10
    This one deserves to go back in the refrigerator – preferably to the very back of the refrigerator!

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