No Such Thing (previously titled Monster, Icelandic: Skrímsli) is a 2001 United States-Icelandic film directed by Hal Hartley. It tells the story of Beatrice (Sarah Polley), a tabloid journalist whose fiancé is killed by a monster in Iceland. The film, based very loosely on the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf, was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the May 2001 Cannes Film Festival. Wikipedia
No Such Thing is a member of the following lists: American films, United Artists films, American horror films, 2000s romantic comedy films, 2001 films, Films directed by Hal Hartley, 2000s romance film stubs, Icelandic films, American comedy-drama films and American fantasy-comedy films.
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The Monster: (sighs) Beatrice: What are you thinking about? The Monster: (after a long pause) Nobody's afraid of me any more. Beatrice: (She pats his back and rests her head on his shoulder) I'm afraid of you.