Against the Ice trailer follows Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in a harrowing journey

Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau tells a true and heartbreaking story on the Netflix streaming service in March with Against the Ice.

Netflix released the first trailer for this historic adventure, which takes place in 1909, after Coster-Waldau’s Ejnar Mikkelsen and Joe Cole’s Iver Iversen.

Ejnar and Iver embarked on a journey to prove that the world’s largest island, Greenland, is in fact just one piece of land, thus refuting America’s claim to the northeastern part of the country.

Trailer: Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau tells a heartbreaking true story on streaming service Netflix in March with Against the Ice

Journey: Ejnar and Iver embarked on a journey to prove that the world's largest island, Greenland, is in fact just one piece of land, thus refuting America's claim to the northern part. east of the country

Journey: Ejnar and Iver embarked on a journey to prove that the world’s largest island, Greenland, is in fact just one piece of land, thus refuting America’s claim to the northern part. east of the country

The trailer begins with a title card which reveals that the film is set in Greenland in 1909, with Neergaard (Charles Dance) saying, “When you travel to unknown lands to discover new parts of the globe, it is for ensure that the records of your discoveries are made safe and sound. ‘

Ejnar is seen climbing up a tall pole, where the American flag flies in the wind, as he is seen waving to someone, as papers are seen in the wind.

While we see Ejnar backing up, visibly exhausted, Neergaard’s voice continues: “… with or without you”.

Lands: The trailer begins with a title card that reveals that the film is set in Greenland in 1909, with Neergaard (Charles Dance) saying:

Lands: The trailer begins with a title map which reveals that the film is set in Greenland in 1909, with Neergaard (Charles Dance) saying, “When you travel to unknown lands to discover new parts of the globe, it’s is to ensure the records of your discoveries are made safe and sound ‘

Flag: Ejnar is seen climbing up a tall pole, where the American flag flies in the wind, as seen waving to someone, as papers are seen in the wind

Flag: Ejnar is seen climbing up a tall pole, where the American flag flies in the wind, as seen waving to someone, as papers are seen in the wind

With or without: while we see Ejnar go back, clearly exhausted, Neergaard's voice continues:

With or without: while we see Ejnar go back, clearly exhausted, Neergaard’s voice continues: “… with or without you”

Ejnar is seen at a dinner requesting “a volunteer to accompany me across the ice cap to retrieve the finds from the missing Danish expedition”.

The headline of a newspaper is shown revealing that “disaster strikes” the expedition with their “bodies lost forever”.

We see Iver approaching Ejnar on the boat, telling him, “Captain, I would like to come with you, if you will allow me.”

Volunteer: Ejnar is seen at a dinner asking

Volunteer: Ejnar is seen at a dinner requesting “a volunteer to accompany me through the ice cap to retrieve the finds from the missing Danish expedition”

Title: The title of a newspaper reveals that a

Title: Newspaper Headline Reveals ‘Disaster Strikes’ Expedition with Their ‘Bodies Lost Forever’

Iver: Iver is seen approaching Ejnar on the boat, telling him:

Iver: Iver is seen approaching Ejnar on the boat, telling him, “Captain, I would like to come with you, if you will allow me.”

Ejnar says he’s “risking his life” by taking Iver on the trip, but Ejnar says he’s the only man who volunteered to go.

Ejnar is told that the Danish expedition is dead and it is not even known if they even found anything, as Ejnar and Iver pose for a photo before leaving.

A title card also states that this film is “based on the incredible true story” as Ejnar and Iver are seen having fun on their sleds as their team of dogs pull them.

Only one;  Ejnar says he

Only one; Ejnar says he’s “risking his life” by taking Iver on the trip, but Ejnar says he’s the only man who volunteered to go

Photo: Ejnar learns the Danish expedition is dead and it's not even known if they even found anything, as Ejnar and Iver pose for a photo before leaving

Photo: Ejnar learns the Danish expedition is dead and it’s not even known if they even found anything, as Ejnar and Iver pose for a photo before leaving

Sledding: A title card also says this movie is

Sledding: A title card also says this movie is “based on the incredible true story” as Ejnar and Iver are seen having fun on their sleds as their dog team pulls them

Ejnar is seen slipping into a cave as he discovers a journal and a frozen corpse, although Iver has doubts.

“We have a map. We will find them. And we’ll be back on the ship in August, ”says Ejnar convincingly.

One of the sled dog teams is seen running away from a cliff as they now have to share the remaining team.

Corpse: Ejnar is seen slipping into a cave as he discovers a diary and a frozen corpse, though Iver has doubts

Corpse: Ejnar is seen slipping into a cave as he discovers a diary and a frozen corpse, though Iver has doubts

Map: “We have a map.  We will find them.  And we'll be back on the ship by August, ”says Ejnar convincingly

Map: “We have a map. We will find them. And we’ll be back on the ship by August, ”says Ejnar convincingly

When Iver asks if he thinks they can do it, a seemingly delusional Ejnar says, “There is truth in every dream, Iverson. There is truth in every dream.

The trailer ends with the duo clearly starting to lose their grip on reality as Ejnar tells them they may lose their minds or freeze to death, “but we have to keep going,” with one of the last shots. featuring a polar bear standing over Ejnar.

“To hope,” Iver toasts as Ejnar gazes blankly at him as the trailer draws to a close.

Against the Ice, which Coster-Waldau also co-wrote based on Ejnar Mikkelsen’s real book, debuts on Netflix on March 2.

Polar Bear: The trailer ends with the duo clearly starting to lose control of reality as Ejnar tells them they might lose their minds or freeze to death,

Polar Bear: The trailer ends with the duo clearly starting to lose control of reality as Ejnar tells them they might lose their minds or freeze to death, “but we have to keep going,” with one last shots of polar bear standing on Ejnar

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