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‘Against The Ice’ Trailer: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Goes On A Dangerous Journey Across Greenland In Netflix’s Thriller

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Greenland is a country that most people will never visit. It doesn’t have the appeal that other European countries might have, and mostly that’s because the weather and landscape seem beautiful but also pretty inhospitable.

Well, that is further exemplified in the new film, “Against the Ice.” As seen in the trailer for “Against the Ice,” the film follows the story of a couple of guys in 1909 who are given the mission to venture into the brutal wintery landscape of Greenland to recover the lost findings of Denmark’s Arctic Expedition.

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