Utøya - July 22

Utøya - July 22

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A shocking, hateful crime lies at the heart of this drama, which is told from the perspective of its victims. On 22 July 2011, right-wing extremist Anders Breivik committed two terror attacks in Norway: a car bomb was planted in Oslo’s government quarter and then, on the island of Utøya, he massacred members of Norway Labour Party’s Youth League summer camp. Erik Poppe’s sensitive film, shot in one single take, presents the events from a glacial distance. Like Gus Van Sant’s ‘Elephant’, Poppe’s film is an unsettling portrait of everyday horror.
15
97 minutes
2018
Drama
Norway
Norwegian
English
Lionsgate Entertainment

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