22 July is a 2018 Norwegian crime drama film directed by Paul Greengrass.
Starring Anders Danielsen Lie, Jon Øigarden, Thorbjørn Harr, Jonas Strand Gravli, Ola G. Furuseth, Isak Bakli Aglen, Maria Bock, Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen, Tone Danielsen, Turid Gunnes and others.

Watch the official trailer for 22 July

Netflix on Tuesday, September 04, 2018 released the trailer:
22 JULY | Official Trailer | Netflix.

What is 22 July about?

On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik (Anders Danielsen Lie) dresses in a police uniform, loads a van with home-made explosives, and drives to Regjeringskvartalet, the executive government quarter in Oslo, Norway. He leaves the van outside the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (Ola G. Furuseth). Moments later, it explodes, causing several casualties.
On the island of Utøya in Tyrifjorden, Buskerud, teenagers have arrived for Workers' Youth League (AUF) summer camp, organised by the ruling Labour Party. When they learn of the bombing, one student, Viljar Hanssen (Jonas Strand Gravli), calls his parents to make sure they are unhurt.
Breivik arrives at the ferry landing and informs staff that he is a police officer, sent to secure the island following the attack in Oslo. The camp director transports him to the island by boat. Breivik instructs the staff to gather the children in one location. When the head of security asks for ID, Breivik shoots him and the director dead. The children flee as Breivik opens fire, murdering dozens.
Viljar and his brother Torje hide on a rocky embankment on the beach. Viljar calls his mother to tell him a shooting is in progress. Breivik finds the group and starts shooting. Viljar is shot multiple times, but Torje escapes unharmed. Breivik surrenders to a tactical team, and is brought inland for interrogation.
Breivik claims he is the leader of a white nationalist group called the Knights Templar and that more attacks will happen on his signal. He requests the aid of lawyer Geir Lippestad (Jon Øigarden), who defended a Neo-Nazi. Lippestad is morally conscientious of his client and professionally bonded by his ethics as a lawyer. Lippestad tries to argue an insanity defense for Breivik, which draws criticism as it means he will be institutionalized instead of imprisoned. With the help of various psychiatrists and psychologists, Breivik is possibly diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Breivik tells Lippestad he wants to be declared competent to legitimize his attacks.

Who's in the 22 July cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of 22 July.

Anders Danielsen Lie Anders Behring Breivik
Jon Øigarden Geir Lippestad
Thorbjørn Harr Sveinn Are Hanssen
Jonas Strand Gravli Viljar Hanssen
Ola G. Furuseth Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg
Isak Bakli Aglen Torje Hanssen
Maria Bock Christin Kristoffersen
Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen Prosecution Lawyer #1
Tone Danielsen Judge Wenche Arntzen
Turid Gunnes Family Lawyer
Monica Borg Fure Utøya Camp Leader
Seda Witt Lara Rachid
Ingrid Enger Damon Inquiry Lawyer
Hasse Lindmo Prosecution Lawyer #2 (as Hans Christian Lindmo)
Marit Andreassen Prime Minister Aide #1 (as Marit Adeleide Andreassen)
Øystein Martinsen Prime Minister Aide #2
Valborg Frøysnes Prime Minister Aide #3
Harald Nordmann Simon Sæbø (as Thor-Harald Normann)
Anders Kulsrud Storruste Anders Kristiansen
Mathias Eckhoff Utøya Security
Selma Strøm Sönmez Bano Rashid
Hilde Olaussen Breivik's Mother (as Hilde Olausson)
Lena Kristin Ellingsen Signe Lippestad
Vivian Hein Defense Lawyer #1
Fredrik Stenberg Ditlev-Simonsen Defense Lawyer #2 (as Fredrik Ditlev-Simonsen)
Trim Balaj Defense Lawyer #3
Charlotte Grundt Detective Anderson
Endre Hellestveit Security Official #1
Anneke von der Lippe Security Official #2 (as Anneke Von Der Lippe)
Lars Arentz-Hansen Security Official #3 (as Lars Arentz Hansen)
Mikkel Bratt Silset Hønefoss Policeman
André Sørum Hønefoss Detective
Tomas Gudbjartsson Op Room Trauma Surgeon
Andri Wilberg Orrason Op Room Trauma Doctor
Vigdis Arnadottir Op Room Nurse #1
Martina Vigdis Arnadottir UllevÃ¥l Nurse
Kristin Hlin Op Room Nurse #2
Pétur Níelsson TV Reporter (as Pétur Nielsson)
Cathrine Borkenhagen Psychiatrist #1
Geir-Atle Johnsen Psychiatrist #2
Eindride Eidsvold Extremist
Caroline Glomnes Head Mistress
Terje Ranes Parent #1
Lockman Myran Parent #2
Rezan Saleh Parent #3
Øyvind Venstad Kjeksrud Parent #4
Silje Breivik Parent #5
Mette Scarth Tønseth Parent #6
Ellen Birgitte Winther Parent #7
Linn Ravn Parent #8
Einar Tønnessen Parent #9 (as Einar Tonnessen)
Ingrid Jensen Parent #10 (as Ingrid Jense)
Magnus Aasheim Primeminister's Aid
Jonathan Thomas Cassidy Soldier
Vegard Kristoffersen Rescuing Crew
André Santagati Politician
Joakim Skarli Knut Arne Pettersen Paramedic
Mia Elise Sundal AUF Camper
Marita Fjeldheim Wierdal Forensics Officer

When is 22 July released in cinemas?

The film 22 July was scheduled to be released on September 5, 2018 (Venice), on October 10, 2018 (United States) and on November 2, 2018 by Netflix, Film & TV House, GEM Entertainment and Access Cinema.

What are 22 July film specifications?

The duration of the film is 143 minutes. With a budget of $20 million, the film grossed over $166,526.

The film 22 July is rated with "R" rating.

What are critics and audiences saying about 22 July?

22 July got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 80/100. The audience also likes the film.

More information about 22 July you can get at:

IMDB: 22 July

Wikipedia: 22 July (film)

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