22 July (2018)
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This might be the first Greengrass movie that doesn't just make you flinch, it makes you cry.
Greengrass puts his audience through the ringer for little reason other than to prove he can effectively dramatize such a horrible event.
'22 July' offers few surprises, and even fewer opportunities for Paul Greengrass to flex his filmmaking muscles.
Greengrass' docu-real aesthetic doesn't allow for grandiosity even when he gives in to more heavy-handed impulses. He's on a soapbox at times, but his message is worth hearing.
It's both a pulse-pounding depiction of the deadly attacks that shook Norway in 2011 and a sober investigation of the aftermath, evolving into a gripping courtroom drama and a tremendously emotional personal account of one family's struggle to move on.
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