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No hammer film can match the movie on Friday

"No hammer film can match the movie on the Sunday" "An outstanding intense depiction" "Directed by Erik Poppe, with Andrea Berntzen, Aleksander Holmen,

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No hammer film can match the movie on Friday
"No hammer film can match the movie on the Sunday"

"An outstanding intense depiction"

"Directed by Erik Poppe, with Andrea Berntzen, Aleksander Holmen, Brede Haven, Elli Rhiannon Müller Osbourne."

"The first ambitious feature film about the killings on Thursday appear to be recorded in one take. It allows us to understand how long time 72 minutes is when you are stuck on an island."

"There is no horror movie that can match this experience."

"THRILLERDRAMA. ”You will never be able to understand”."

"It is the first words that tonårstjejen Jackdaw (Andrea Berntzen) manifests at the same time as she looks straight into the camera. When she then turns to the right, we see that she has an ear and understand that it is the mother she is talking with. "

"Enough do we perceive the message. But the film is still an attempt to get us to ana the vastness of what happened."

"It is the 22 July 2011 and the Jackdaw is on the labour party youth camp on the island Utøya, a few miles west of Oslo. A bomb has just exploded in the government quarter and eight people die. The talking goes on Monday. It can be jihadists who are behind? "

"Suddenly, you hear the crisp sound, as if someone is throwing firecrackers, and the children begin to run in panic. It is someone who goes around and shoots. Jackdaw escapes like any other ... but soon she wonders if her little sister still remain in one of the tents."

"Focused and intense"

"There is something special about movies that manages to take us to a crisis situation and portray it in a focused and intensive way. Director Erik Poppe has made an extraordinary effort, a stripped-down and realistic depiction of terrorism, which is unfolding in real-time. "

"Thoughts go to how skillfully Paul Greengrass did the september 11 drama ”United 93” (2006)."

"Because the movie lacks the time jump allows Poppe us really understand how unbearably long 72 minutes is if you are stuck on an island with a person who goes around and shoots everyone you know. The movie looks to be shot in one take, giving a hypnotic effect. "

"It's an experience that has you on your toes at the same time, as an icy feeling spread in the body. There are no horror movies that matches it."

"the Cast is so well chosen. We see everything from the Kajas perspective and is terrified of losing her during the escape. We are trying to strengthen us for what she will witness. It is Berntzens the first film, and she dominates in its most poignant moments."

"Straight here-and-now portrayal"

"We never get to see Breivik (except in a scene where he is seen on hold), for this is not a film about a mass murderer, but it belongs to the young people he gave. "

"This is no moment when the poppe's director is on the verge of painfully obvious, but the overall impression is overwhelmingly strong. A straight here-and-now-depiction without frills."

"Erik Poppe peddling a clear message against right-wing extremism. He had a good dialogue with the survivors and the families, but the film has nevertheless sparked debate in Norway. It is natural."

"Is a movie like this well-made helps us to understand at least a little better. Not terror causes, but the victims ' experience."

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