United Kingdom: October 26 2018
Ranking: 760 out of 15,982 movies (up 597)
'U - 22 July' is the new film by director Erik Poppe ('The King's choice'). The film tells the real story of the events that took place on Utøya the 22th of July of 2011, when the worst terrorist attack of the history of Norway took the life of 77 people. A far-right extremist exploded a bomb-car and then proceeded to shoot the members of a summer camp in the island of Utøya, one of those victims was Kaja (Andrea Berntzen). Everything is told from Kaja's perspective, a young 18 years old girl. The film shows the facts that transpired that day in real time, a mere 72 minutes of pure horror, anguish, bewilderment and chaos. 'U - 22 July' was nominated on the best film category during 2018's edition of La Berlinale, Berlin's International Film Festival.