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      22 July

      2018, Drama, 2h 23m

      130 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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      22 July offers a hard-hitting close-up look at the aftereffects of terrorism, telling a story with a thriller's visceral impact and the lingering emotional resonance of a drama. Read critic reviews

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      Movie Info

      Norway's deadliest terrorist attack, in which a right-wing extremist murders 77 teens at a youth camp in 2011, is dramatized.

      • Rating: R (Language|Graphic Images|Disturbing Violence)

      • Genre: Drama

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Paul Greengrass

      • Producer: Scott Rudin, Eli Bush, Gregory Goodman, Paul Greengrass

      • Writer: Paul Greengrass

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      • Distributor: Netflix

      • Production Co: Scott Rudin Productions

      • Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

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      • May 27, 2019

        Greengrass returns to the docudrama he is well known for and the result is another success. The performances are heartfelt and testament to the talent involved. The initial setup is hard to watch and I'm amazed the filmmakers never attempted to explore the true thoughts of a delusional right wing extremist. Tough to watch, but never boring or glorifying. The film is slow, but it explores the key characters and leaves the viewer with a film that covers the story without objectifying or exploiting the characters. 26/05/2019

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      • Dec 26, 2018

        The film does a fine job recounting Breivik's attacks and their aftermath in its first half, but then it gets lost trying to appeal to our emotions with snowmobile cliches and easy sentimentality as it focuses its climax on a witness that doesn't prove anything about Breivik's sanity.

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