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22 July

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In 22 July, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips, United 93) tells the true story of the aftermath of Norway's deadliest terrorist attack. 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 survivor's physical and emotional journey to portray the country's path to healing and reconciliation.
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NPR's Fresh Air
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October 09, 2018

If Anders Behring Breivik represents today's West at its self-devouring worst, the movie wants us to see that Viljar's endurance offers a reason for hope.
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October 09, 2018

Greengrass' other films in this tradition are interested in how human beings react in the face of unimaginable horror. 22 July is only interested in itself and all of its verite draping can't obscure its underlying, speechifying hokum.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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October 09, 2018

Greengrass has once again composed a gripping, sometimes unbearably stressful re-creation of horror, so true to life that the "why" of it all is just as inscrutable as life itself.
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812filmreviews
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October 09, 2018

22 July at its core, is about responsibility... [questioning] what responsibilities the survivors have to the diseased
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Washington Post
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October 09, 2018

Greengrass previously excelled at depicting events that overwhelmed individuals; in "22 July," he demonstrates how one deluded zealot can shake an entire country.
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Financial Times
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October 10, 2018

22 July is so good it hurts.
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Entertainment Weekly
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October 09, 2018

22 July is exceptionally choreographed and tough to sit through, but it also leaves an uneasy, bitter aftertaste...
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Flicks.co.nz
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October 09, 2018

While it's a film too steeped in actual tragedy to describe as 'entertainment', it's engrossing, thought-provoking, and well worth your time.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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October 08, 2018

Greengrass gives "22 July" everything he's got. The filmmaking is vigorous, with a constantly moving and sometimes jittery camera, and the social purpose is worthy and unmistakably sincere.
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Den of Geek
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October 09, 2018

The opening nightmare of 22 July drives that point home, even if the rest of the movie struggles to sustain it.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 09, 2018

It's likely only a filmmaker of Greengrass' experience and stature could have gotten it made at all, let alone so successfully.
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Associated Press
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October 08, 2018

With tenderness and toughness, Greengrass has made a great film about a terrible act.
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