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The trauma story

Generation Utøya
Regissør: Aslaug Holm Sigve Endresen
(Norge, 2021)

JULY 22ND / Utøya as a hotbed for budding party affiliation: This generation still cannot be gagged.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

This review has taken time. Why? Because Generation Utøya can seem simple and reliable jovial in its design language. It clearly states its position in a political context – a type of superstructure charged with a burning message. At the same time, the film works and touches on a deeper level – as it allows for empathy. . .

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Ellen Lande
Lande is a film writer and director and a regular writer for Ny Tid.

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