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The small Icelandic village of Husavik dreams of an Oscar

The small Icelandic village of Husavik dreams of an Oscar

The small Icelandic village of Husavik, famous for being the filming location for the satirical musical comedy film

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, dreams of winning an Oscar.

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, a song from the film by Swedish pop singer Molly Sandin, was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song.

There is excitement among the 2,300 residents of this quiet little town near the Arctic Circle ahead of Sunday’s highly anticipated Oscars party, as it will see a performance of Sandin’s song recorded in the village.

The atmosphere is full of excitement,

the mayor, Christian Thor Magnuson, told AFP.

Residents are waiting impatiently.

The small Icelandic village of Husavik dreams of an Oscar
The small Icelandic village of Husavik dreams of an Oscar