Ok, so looking at some of the other reviews, I've noticed that other reviewers have taken issue with the Norwegian actors' accents and their speaking English for the film. As an American, I can say without a doubt, the accents and the English speaking is terrific. No problems with the dialogue did I notice during the film.So the film does a brief setup of the actions taken against the government and the teenagers camp that day. I believe Greengrass does s brief delving of the events in order to prevent glamorizing the terrorists behavior but to simply inform the movie watcher to what took place. The film really focuses on the survivors, their families and the terrorist's defense in the aftermath... The terrorist's mindset is depicted through meetings with his defense lawyer. One particular young man who survived the attack, his recovery is shown to great detail. The acting is uniformly good throughout the film...I believe because of the tragic nature of events that took place, the gravitas of the film is a tough watch. That said, I applaud Netflix for signing a first rate director on to this project. If you have the two hours and stomach for the subject matter give the movie a chance...
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22 July (2018)
22 July is a movie starring Jonas Strand Gravli, Anders Danielsen Lie, and Jon ?igarden. A three-part story of Norway's worst terrorist attack in which over seventy people were killed. 22 July looks at the disaster itself, the...
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The Synopsis for 22 July (2018) 720p
In Norway on 22 July 2011, right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik murdered 77 young people attending a Labour Party Youth Camp on Ut?ya Island outside of Oslo. A three-part story. About the survivors of the attacks, the political leadership of Norway, and the lawyers involved.
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Pretty solid Greengrass movie for NetflixReviewed bygallopmanVote: 7/10
22. Of July 2011 Norway was hit by the worst attack since the second World War. A bomb attack on one of the parlamentary buildings killing 8 and then straight after a shooting at the governments youth camp at Ut?ya killing 69.This was done by one man, an extreme rightwing norwegian, and the movie focuses very little on the horrible actions but more on the aftermath. The trial - where Norway showed the world that all are entitled to a fair trial, and we follow some survivors and see how they get through the ordeals.It's an important film and is pretty much true to the real history, but having the actors speak english since the audience doesn't like subtitles, makes the movie lose some credibility. The language issue is as bad as the war movies made after the war where all germans spoke english.I regard filming location as a vital element, so when the filming location is in a different country with visible roadsigns and it's supposed to be Svalbard - and it clearly is not, I wonder why they didn't find a better location.But the movie is an important one to see, so ignore the language issue (if you can) and the errors on filming locations, and just watch and think!
All names are pronounced in perfect norwegian, but all other dialogue is in English with thick norwegian accent. It feels forced.
Otherwise pretty good cast, visual effects, and the storyline is true to the actual attack.