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22 July

22 July
22 July

Year

2018

Duration

133 minutes

Genres

Based on a true story, Crime, Drama, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

The film spans the horrific 2011 Norway terrorist attacks, where a far-right Norwegian man set off a bomb next to the Prime Minister’s building and later opened fire at a Labour Party Youth Camp on Utøya island outside of Oslo, killing 77 people. From the beginning of the catastrophic event to the court case that ensued, the film follows its survivors as they heal from their wounds and trauma, alongside politicians’ reactions in the aftermath and the lawyer who is assigned to represent the murderer, Anders Breivik. While this may be a tough watch for some viewers, it also offers a compelling study of a pivotal moment in Norway’s history as well as a significant political event of modern history, and acts as a powerful account of the bravery of its survivors.

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Strong violence, threat, injury detail, language.

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