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Matt Midboe over 7 years ago
Thoughtful movie about the moments that matter as we move into our 30s.
Haydn Line almost 3 years ago
Peyman Asadi over 3 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 4 years ago
Tomislav Pavicic over 6 years ago
Skyler Vander Molen almost 7 years ago
Ingrid Segrov almost 7 years ago
Eric Dobson over 7 years ago
Aaron Read over 7 years ago
Seij Hai over 7 years ago
Opaka Bradica over 7 years ago
Luís Florêncio over 7 years ago
Bendik Klomsten almost 8 years ago
Ben Schwarz almost 8 years ago
Anika Glaza almost 8 years ago
Oslo, 31. August is a 2011 drama film written and directed by Joachim Trier. "Anders will soon complete his drug rehabilitation in the countryside. As part of the program, he is allowed to go into the city for a job interview. But he takes advantage of the leave and stays on in the city, drifting around, meeting people he hasn't seen in a long while. 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. He is still relatively young, but feels his life in many ways is already over. For the remainder of the day and long into the night, the ghosts of past mistakes will wrestle with the chance of love, the possibility of a new life and the hope to see some future by morning." Quoting the synopsis from the 2011 Cannes Film Festival site.
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