Oslo, August 31st (2011)

When one feels that life is passing him or her by, it can be unbearable to see those who “have it all together” parading callously through their respective existences. The happy morons, so to speak, excruciate in their excellence and the talons of old lives and fuck-ups dig deep. This sits at the core of Joachim Trier’s dazzling Oslo, August 31st.

Check out the rest of this review and a lot of other better reviews at Oslo, August 31st DVD Review: A Brilliant, Thoughtful Piece of Art at Cinema Sentries.

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