Nobody compliments somebody by calling them hard-headed, but in the case of Micky, a thrill-seeking, eccentric hit man in German director Tomasz Thomson's dark comedy Snowman's Land, it is clearly a positive attribute. To him, the adjective applies literally, thanks to a metal plate in his head, and while protecting a gangster's house in the Carpathian Mountains, that bane of airport security screenings comes in handy when fist and shotgun shell would cave in his skull.