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This World: Norway's Massacre 



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Cast overview, first billed only:
 Narrator (2012) (voice)
Eirin Kjær ...
 Herself - Mass Murder Survivor (2012)
Lara Rashid ...
 Herself - Sister of Mass Murder Victim Bano Rashid (2012)
Jens Stoltenberg ...
 Himself - Prime Minister of Norway (2012)
Eskil Pedersen ...
 Himself - Leader of the Workers' youth League (2012)
Peter Svaar ...
 Himself - Journalist, Dagsrevyen (2012)
Tonje Brenna ...
 Herself - General Secretary, Workers' youth League (2012)
Tor-Inge Kristoffersen ...
 Himself - Security Guard (2012)
Mehtab Afsar ...
 Himself - General Secretary, Islamsk Råd Norge (2012)
Einar Aas ...
 Himself - Police Officer (2012)
Pål-Fredrik Hjort Kraby ...
 Himself - Police Officer (2012)
Johannes Dalen Giske ...
 Himself (2012)
Sam Muyizzi ...
 Himself (2012)
Terje ...
 Himself - Norwegian Police Special Forces (2012)
Beyan Rashid ...
 Herself - Mother of Mass Murder Victim Bano Rashid (2012)


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15 April 2012 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Mannen som mördade Norge  »

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Starting at 43:30, this documentary features some Jerry Goldsmith music lifted from the 1979 film "Alien". See more »

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Great Doc on a Disturbing Mind.
13 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

Episode from BBC's This World series on the Norway Massacre carried out by right wing extremist/terrorist Andres Breivik. They weave together quotes from his manifesto with images from various sources, while they attempt to explain what went on that fateful day- and why he was able to kill so many (69 murdered, mostly youths). From the car bomb targeting the PM's office to the rampage and massacre on Utoya- that targeted the a youth event being put on by a group tied to the country's Labour Party- we hear how events unfolded from the survivors, police, prime minister and Breivik's defense lawyer, while following his movements in retrospect via CCTV and amateur footage. A truly disturbing act carried out by a very disturbed white middle class seemingly "normal" man. Is this what the future holds if we keep treading down the same path we are on? I suppose only time will tell. Very interesting documentary anyways! 8 out of 10.

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