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Bethan Sayed AM/AC 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Oct 24
Just finished watching by Paul Greengrass about the Brevik attacks on Oslo and the young people on who were brutally killed on that day. Emotional. Shed many a tear. Watch it.
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Amarnath Amarasingam Jul 22
On the 8th anniversary of the attacks in Oslo and Utøya by Anders Behring Breivik, never forget what hate, racism, and intolerance are capable of doing.
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Coach Lockey Oct 28
Netflix Wow
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Steffen Handal Jul 21
Vi glemmer aldri! We will never forget!
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I. Marlene King Nov 17
Watching . On . Man oh man. I am riveted to the screen.
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Maya S Bhadooriya Oct 20
Liked Just hated the fact it was based on true story. I wish we knew only love and acceptance.
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Aarushi🌴/ tootey khaab Apr 22
3 months to princeyy’s birthdayyyy❤️🌹🤴🏻 Loveee youu sooo muchhh ❤️😻
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Anouk Oct 10
I'm watching and it's making me sick to my stomach just trying to wrap my head around why someone would even think of killing children.
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Halo Nov 24
You forget how shocking this was. Right wing scum like Breivik, murdering innocent people because ‘Islam is dangerous’. Fucking nazi twat. They all want stamping on.
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Terry Reintke Jul 22
I was 24. Active in a political youth organisation. Planning on how to change the world. Just like the young people who were killed in the Utøya attack 8 years ago. Remembering it means to stand up to Fascism and to the far right threats to our societies.
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Shannon🌙🔮🦇 May 1
Replying to @NerdyGirlShay
Just watched a film about the 2011 Norway attacks & their aftermath. It was a really powerful movie. The first half an hour was particularly hard to watch. It sickens me that the film is based on real life events & my heart goes out to the victims & their families.
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Paris Marx 🚫🚗 Mar 14
Don’t seek out any videos of New Zealand, but there’s something else you can watch. chronicles the far-right terror attack in Oslo. It’s a terrifying film, but important in that it shows how these terrorists think and why they must be stopped.
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Hollywood Reporter Nov 2
Paul Greengrass brought to because he "wanted it watched by young people." "I remember talking to my son, who's a college-age young man, and he said, 'Well, if you do it art house, my friends will never see it. If you put it on Netflix, we'll all see it.'"
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TooTey khAAb💔🔨 May 21
And.. 2Months + 2Days to... AlishaArmaan's Birthday🙌🙈🎉 💕💕
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Susie Stewart Oct 14
Just watched on Netflix. It was so hard to watch and terrifying to believe someones utter hatred can lead them to commit such evil Heinous crimes against innocent people. Heartbreaking but something I think we should all watch.
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patrickcherry #FBPE Oct 23
Replying to @Ferretgrove @ErdmuteD
Feel a bit low 3 days on. Think the march will have made a big difference, but so much negativity since. Things still better than could have been expected a year ago. Watched about Breivik on Netflix ....a belief system very reminiscent of many on twitter. Scary.
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HBD Vinay n Souru🎂💞🎉(Radha ♡) Jul 16
Birthday of my two favs on the way 🙈😍❤️ ❤️ ❤️ Ek ko bhi h 😼❤️
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Hollywood Reporter Oct 26
film editor: "The biggest thing I hope people take away from this, is how important it is that people recognize what is happening around the world in terms of the alt-right and the neo-Nazis." Listen to the new episode of Behind the Screen podcast:
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LAT Entertainment Oct 27
Virtually every Norwegian can remember where they were on July 22, 2011. That day, a terrorist set off a car bomb in Oslo & later opened fire on a summer camp, killing 77 people. The film tells of the attack and aftermath, now available on Netflix
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Lotus Hannon Nov 21
Really inspiring to hear Paul Greengrass & 's Q&A about : An incredibly powerful & brave film examining the challenge of how we deal with far-right terrorism whilst maintaining our humanity, democracy & rule of law. screening on
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