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Utøya 22. Juli

Stab und Besetzung

Originaltitel: Utøya 22. juli. Internationaler Titel: U - July 22. Festivals: 19.02.2018 (Filmfestspiele Berlin), 08.06.2018 (Filmfest Emden-Norderney). Kinostart: 09.03.2018 (NO), 20.09.2018 (DE). Verleih: Weltkino Filmverleih (DE). Länge: ..:.. Min. (24 fps (FSK)). FSK: offen. FBW: offen.

Regie: Erik Poppe. Drehbuch: Siv Rajendram Eliassen & Anna Bache-Wiig. Kamera: Martin Otterbeck. Schnitt: Einar Egeland. Szenenbild: Harald Egede-Nissen (Production Designer). Kostümbild: Rikke Simonsen & Christina Lovery. Maskenbild: Elisabeth Bukkehave (Makeup designer). Musik: Wolfgang Plagge (End Credit Song ["Utøya"]). Ton: Gisle Tveito (Sound Designer), Gisle Tveito & Ingar Pedersen (Sound Recordists).

Darsteller: Andrea Berntzen (Kaja), Aleksander Holmen (Magnus), Solveig Koløen Birkeland (Injured girl), Brede Fristad (Petter), Elli Rhiannon Müller Osbourne (Emilie), Jenny Svennevig (Oda), Ingeborg Enes Kjevik (Kristine), Sorosh Sadat (Issa) u.a. [in der Reihenfolge des Abspanns].

Inhalt

Synopsis (Presseheft):

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Quelle: Weltkino Filmverleih (Presseheft) [PDF]

Auszeichnungen

  • 68. Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin 2018: Besondere Erwähnung der Ökumenischen Jury (Panorama)
  • 29. Filmfest Emden-Norderney (10.06.2018): Score Bernhard Wicki Preis in Bronze

Filmzitate

Texttafeln im Trailer:

On Friday 22 July 2011, Norway was hit by two terrorist attacks. // First a car bomb detonated in the government quarter of OSlo. This was followed by a massacre at the Norwegian Labour Party's Youth League summer camp on the island of Utøya. // The perpetrator was a 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian right-wing extremist. // 77 people were killed in the attacks. 99 were seriously injured, and over 300 suffered massive psychological trauma. // The attack on Utøya lasted for 72 minutes.

Texttafeln am Ende des Films:

The attack on Utøya lasted for 72 minutes. // 77 people were killed in the attacks. 99 were seriously injured, and over 300 suffered massive psychological trauma. // The attacks were intended as a warning of Judgment Day if the Lavour Party failed to change its policies. In court, the attacker stated that he would do it again. // The 22 July Commission concluded that the attack on the government quarter could have been prevented, that the authorities failed to protect the people on Utøya, and that emergency preparedness should have been better. // The characters and story in this film are fictional. The film is based on detailed accounts, as recounted by many of the survivors. // Right-wing extremism is increasing in Europe and the Western world. The terrorist's concept of who the enemy is lives on, and such views are on the rise.

Quelle: (Presseheft) [PDF]

Altersfreigabe im Vergleich

  • DE: offen [Prüf-Nr. ....../K].

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