Aug 31, 2011 · Watch video · He then wanders the streets of Oslo for the rest of the day and night, meeting, and sometimes confronting, people from his past. The film ends the next day, 31 August. Focusing on the decisions Anders has made with his time off.
Release date: 19 May 2011 (Cannes), 31 August 2011 (Norway)
May 19, 2011 · «Oslo, August 31st» is a portrait of contemporary Oslo. A visually striking and quietly shattering drama about a man in deep existential crisis. Starring Anders Danielsen Lie, Hans Olav Brenner
«Oslo, August 31st» is a downbeat character study of somebody who has self-medicated for his depression and now finds that life has passed him by, with him not being the only one in that
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May 25, 2012 · «Oslo, August 31st» is an impressive adaptation that is wonderfully acted and directed a tender and subtle Without being melodramatic or overbearing, «Oslo, August 31st» is a heart-rending film about regret, and the difficulty in forgetting ones past in order to hope for a better future. «Oslo, August 31st» is an impressive adaptation that is
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Aug 29, 2012 · «Oslo, August 31st» is about a day, a city and a 34-year-old man named Anders, who is on release from a drug rehab center so he can go to a job interview. The film opens with his memories of growing up in Oslo, described in snatches of dialogue and shown in glimpses of film. Here he was happy
This is a pretty depressing movie and probably is a lot closer to what it’s like to be a recovering drug addict than most others. But it still doesn’t really have a lot going on and it …
Enter Oslo, August 31st, where recovering addict Anders, nearing the latter stages of his treatment, must leave the confines and safety of the treatment center to venture forth for a job interview. Over the course of mere hours, Anders trepidatiously takes full advantage of this time to visit family and friends who all wish him only success.
The film was beautiful, fantastic, deep, minimalist, and amazing. The opening monologue to the end kept me in pure awe of Joachim Trier’s directing style. Watched his first film, Reprise, which was a great debut feature but Oslo August 31st steals the show with candid acting and some great scenes of neorealism.
Anders is a recovering drug addict in an Oslo rehab clinic. On 30 August, he is given a day’s leave to attend a job interview in the city center. After visiting his friend Thomas, he proceeds to his appointment.
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