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Utøya: July 22 ()

Utøya 22. juli (original title)
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A teenage girl struggles to survive and to find her younger sister during the July 2011 terrorist mass murder at a political summer camp on the Norwegian island of Utøya.

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Kaja
Aleksander Holmen ...
Magnus
Solveig Koløen Birkeland ...
Injured Girl
Brede Fristad ...
Petter
Elli Rhiannon Müller Osbourne ...
Emilie (as Elli Rhiannon Müller Osborne)
Jenny Svennevig ...
Oda
Ingeborg Enes ...
Kristine (as Ingeborg Enes Kjevik)
Sorosh Sadat ...
Issa
Ada Eide ...
Caroline (as Ada Otilde Eide)
Mariann Gjerdsbakk ...
Silje
Daniel Sang Tran ...
Even
Torkel Dommersnes Soldal ...
Herman
Magnus Moen ...
Tobias
Karoline Petronella Ulfsdatter Schau ...
Sigrid (as Karoline Schau)
Tamanna Agnihotri ...
Halima
Yngve Berven ...
Police Officer (voice)
Belinda Sørensen ...
Mother (voice)
Ann Iren Ødeby ...
Boat Driver

Directed by

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Erik Poppe

Written by

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Siv Rajendram Eliassen ... (screenplay) &
Anna Bache-Wiig ... (screenplay)
 
Erik Poppe ... (story)

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Roy Anderson ... line producer
Finn Gjerdrum ... producer
Stein B. Kvae ... producer
Erik Poppe ... executive producer
Ravn Wikhaug ... Junior Producer

Music by

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Wolfgang Plagge

Cinematography by

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Martin Otterbeck

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Einar Egeland

Editorial Department

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Jesse Boels ... digital lab manager
Cem Ozkilicci ... finishing colorist

Casting By

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Mette Holme Nielsen
Belinda Sørensen
Ravn Wikhaug

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Harald Egede-Nissen

Costume Design by

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Rikke Simonsen

Makeup Department

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Elisabeth Bukkehave ... makeup artist
Steinar Kaarstein ... special makeup effects artist
Vidar Svendsen ... makeup artist

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Trond Mjøs ... production manager

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Peter Kimay ... assistant director
Rolf Kristian Larsen ... second assistant director
Ravn Wikhaug ... directors personal assistant

Art Department

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Thorstein Bjerknes ... art department assistant
Morten Willyson Bjørnådal ... carpenter

Sound Department

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Vidar Grande ... sound effects editor
Gunn Tove Grønsberg ... sound effects editor
Eirik Linde ... sound assistant
Hans Møller ... re-recording mixer
Ingar Pedersen ... sound recordist
Yvonne Stenberg ... dialogue editor / foley
Hans Olan Strand ... sound recordist
Mats Lid Støten ... adr recordist
Gisle Tveito ... re-recording mixer / sound designer / sound mixer

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Philip Gabrielsen ... special effects technician

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Kai Kiønig Bortne ... vfx supervisor
John Cato L. Finnebråten ... visual effects artist
Alexander Kadim ... digital compositor: VARG Studios
Mariusz Kolodziejczak ... visual effects artist: storyline studios

Stunts

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Martin Zetterlund ... stunt coordinator

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Thomas Bjørnstad ... first assistant camera
Agnete Brun ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Synne Reichelt Føreland ... set costumer

Location Management

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Brynjulv Wasa ... location scout
Ravn Wikhaug ... location scout

Other crew

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Linda Løvås Angyal ... chaos manager/post production coordinator
Ola Rydjord ... production assistant
Remi N. Sørdal ... location assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines The day that changed us forever See more »
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Also Known As
  • Utøya: July 22 (United States)
  • Utøya: July 22 (World-wide, English title)
  • Utøya 22 juillet (France)
  • Utøya 22. Juli (Germany)
  • U - July 22 (Germany)
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  • 93 min
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Budget $22,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The entire movie is a one-take. Even though there could have been cuts when the camera was put on the ground. Erik Poppe had five days to try to get the perfect take and could not attempt more than one take a day. The take from the fourth day has been used for the final movie. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode #3.7 (2018). See more »
Soundtracks Snakke Litt See more »
Quotes Kaja: I need to find my sister...
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