22 July is at its most engrossing and moving in its depiction of one brave kid, a victim of Breivik who was shot five times and lived, and that kid’s eventual resolve to face the terrorist in court.
On 22 July 2011, 77 people were killed when a far-right extremist detonated a car bomb in Oslo before carrying out a mass shooting at a leadership camp for teens. 22 July uses the lens of one
22 July is a bleak film, but one that focuses on the people involved, and their journey after the atrocity of right wing extremism, rather than exploiting the violence of that day.
22 July is now available for streaming on Netflix and is playing in select U.S. theaters. It is 143 minutes long and is rated R for disturbing violence, graphic images, and language. It is 143 minutes long and is rated R for disturbing violence, graphic images, and language.
Oct 10, 2018 · 22 July takes a helicopter view of a terrifying, unthinkable tragedy, perhaps flying too high to capture all the nuance, complexities and emotion. Still it has great stretches and a terrific performance by Anders Danielsen Lie. Read full review
The man who killed 77 people in Norway on July 22, 2011 — eight of them in a bombing of Oslo’s government quarter and then 69 during a massacre at a political youth camp on Utøya island
Oct 09, 2018 · “The civil war has started.” This is what the Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik announced to the interviewers interrogating him on July 22, 2011.
What “22 July” does achieve through its obviousness, however, is an emphatic universal reminder that its chosen passage of history is not past, that another Breivik could leave a similar scar
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22 July is a brave and careful film. Midway through, Lippestad visits Breivik’s self-involved mother Wenche Behring (Hilde Olausson). What happened, she says, was awful.
“22 July” is a gripping depiction of tragedy, but it feels uneasy being “captivated” by any of this, period.
[This is a repost of my review from the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. 22 July opens today in limited release and is also available on Netflix.. Although Paul Greengrass has dealt with
You see, 22 July isn’t so much a movie ABOUT the attack (though it is depicted with gut-wrenching tension and genuine horror, making the island sequence one of the year’s most terrifying experiences).