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Weeks after giving birth to Sindri, she'd jumped back into the swing of things with Bad Taste and even found herself vying for a role in an independently made film. Based on a Brothers Grimm fairy tale, The Juniper Tree was the brainchild of American-born director Nietzchka Keene, who'd won a Fulbright scholarship to shoot the project in Iceland. Keene, who had been busily prepping the film in Reykjavik for nearly a year, was two weeks away from shooting when potential disaster struck. The 13-year-old girl that she'd originally cast had violated the terms of their agreement; now on the eve of production, she suddenly found herself in the unenviable position of having to swiftly replace one of her lead actresses.
Bjork, Einar, Bragi. (Photo by Ami Matthiasson) "We question what people would call good taste," Einar proclaimed. ' We question why so-called bad taste should be called that by the people who think they are in good taste. It's in everything — clothing, furniture, house colors ... " With Bjork, Por, Einar, Bragi Olafsson (Purkurr Pilnikk, Kukl), Siggi (Kukl), and longtime co-conspirator Asmundur Jonsson at the forefront, Bad Taste was established in the spring of 1986. The collective had no idea what their first project would be until a perfect opportunity dropped into their collective laps.
In Rokk I Reykjavik, you obviously notice the context of her personality with the rest of the Tappi people. Compare that to the people that actually became Kukl later on and how different they are. Creatively, this was an important step for Bjork to take. " In contrast, Kukl's music was gravely discordant, perpetually distressed. Their moody stabs of angular punk had positioned them as the antithesis of accessible pop and earned them a reputation for unyielding intensity. Inherent in what they were doing was a sort of controlled desperation, likely the result of having so many dominant personalities within one band.