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Documentary, Norway / Sweden / Germany 2012, 118 Min.
Sana, Henrik, Haakon and Johanne are members of various political party youth organisations. All four are preparing for the great national youth debates. Sana, a young muslim, is still practising to speak in front of an audience, while Haakon already intends to run for a seat in his local council. Henrik must deal with the others accusing his party of being right-wing radical, while Johanne is committed in her support of the social-democrat Norwegian workers' party. On the 21. July 2011 she takes the ferry to the island of Utøya to attend the socialist youth camp. One day later the government quarter in Oslo in shaken by a bombing. A few moments later Johanne comes face to face with the right-wing assassin. The film portrays a generation whose lives were marked for good on the 22. July 2011.
Director Kari Anne Moe
Screenplay Kari Anne Moe
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