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Anders will soon complete his drug rehabilitation in the countryside. Thirty-four-year-old Anders is smart, handsome and from a good family, but deeply haunted by all the opportunities he has wasted, all the people he has let down. His follow-up, Oslo, August 31st, features some of the same themes and one of the previous movie’s stars. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. He is still relatively young, but feels his life in many ways is already over. The film has received overwhelming acclaim from almost every Norwegian film critic, and has by many been called the best Norwegian film ever.

Norwegian language, English subtitles. Thirty-four-year-old Anders is smart, handsome and from a good family, but deeply haunted by all the opportunities he has wasted, all the people he has let down. Bevegelseshemmede har egne parkeringsplasser foran bygningen og enkel adkomst til alle scenene. Even as he goes out into the world, his melancholy mood continues to plague him. For about 24 hours on Aug. He’s “clean” now, and almost ready for discharge. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. The story opens with a series of almost-still shots of Oslo, accompanied by the voiceover memories of several current or previous inhabitants.

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But Anders blows that opportunity quickly, so he can move on to the larger task of screwing up everything. His follow-up, Oslo, August 31st, features some of the same themes and one of the previous movie’s stars. He seems most in sync, in fact, when he’s sitting alone in a cafe, eavesdropping on conversations that include three teenage girls’ giggling discussion of Kurt Cobain’s death.

Bevegelseshemmede har egne parkeringsplasser foran bygningen og enkel adkomst til alle scenene. The story opens with a series of almost-still shots of Oslo, accompanied by the voiceover memories of several current or previous inhabitants.

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A once-promising writer turned heroin addict, Anders Anders Danielsen Lie is released from his rehabilitation center for a day for a job interview in Oslo. In its depiction of a man who’s considering death, the film is never less than fully alive.

Anders will soon complete his drug rehabilitation in the countryside. Joachim Trier, Norway, As part of the program, he is allowed to go into the city for a job interview. Even as he goes out into the world, his melancholy mood continues to plague him. The French connection is no surprise; Reprise drew from the playfully self-conscious experiments of such French new wavers as Jean-Luc Godard and Alain Resnais.

But the writer-director’s mood has downshifted dramatically. Norwegian language, English subtitles. Where he will be, of course, is Oslo.

But having come out the other side of addiction, he doesn’t know where he is. Actually, the movie falls somewhere between the austere and the playful. The occasion for his day pass is a job interview with a literary magazine. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. Critic Mark Jenkins says the film is a meditative look at one man seeking connection while considering ending it all.

The film is also visually striking, thanks to cinematographer Jakob Ihre’s deft use of a hand-held camera and shadow-rich natural light. Yet Oslo, August 31st still has some of its predecessor’s energy and freedom.

Moving through bars, clubs and a party, Anders never really connects. This prelude suggests that the movie, like its predecessor, will be an ensemble piece.

It’s not the first mention of suicide.

Like the character Danielson Lie played in Reprise, Anders is a promising writer who cracked up; he embraced every anti-thinking aid known to upscale Scandinavia, including heroin, and finally landed at a rural rehab center in a converted mansion. Thomas tries to hide behind Proust, but eventually he confides his many disappointments.

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Thematically, it’s stark and melancholy, a meditation on the seemingly unbridgeable chasm between one man and the world. It’s him we’ll follow for the next 90 minutes.

May 24, 5: In his new film, Trier moves toward Robert Bresson’s more austere style. It’s possible that someone can still reach him. The former, now living in New York, won’t return his phone calls.

A visually striking and quietly shattering drama about a man augusy deep existential crisis. This movie is less audacious and less unexpected than Reprise, and thus ultimately less compelling.

Yet it offers some startling moments — like the one where Thomas quietly, perhaps unthinkingly, taunts his rehabbed pal by having a beer with breakfast — and a deep, unfussy performance by Danielson Lie.

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Anders has a long chat with his old friend Thomas Hans Olav Brennernow married, a father and a literature professor. He is still relatively young, but feels his life in many ways is already over.

Anders gets even less encouragement from his ex-girlfriend and his sister.

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