Oslo, August 31st
| Director||Joachim Trier|
| Writer||Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt|
| Release Date||01-Jun-2012|
About Movie:- Oslo, August 31st is an upcoming Drama Movie. It is about Anders who is a recovering drug addict in an Oslo rehab clinic. Thirty-four-year-old Anders (Anders Danielsen Lie) is a fortunate, but deeply troubled man battling drug addiction. As part of his rehabilitation program, he is allowed to go into the city for a job interview, but instead uses the opportunity as a way to drift around and revisit old friends. The day grows increasingly difficult as he struggles to overcome personal demons and past ghosts for the chance at love and a new life.
Movie Review:- Joachim Trier's film is based on the same 1931 French novel by Pierre-Eugène Drieu la Rochelle (the complex intellectual and Nazi sympathiser who committed suicide in 1945) that inspired Louis Malle's first fully.
Direction, Performance and Music:- An intelligent and resonant work from Norwegian director Joachim Trier, a movie that yields up its meanings and implications slowly. All tech credits are good enough that one can only hope more films show off Oslo so well. It’s a nicely unfamiliar setting for European movies.
Overall:- Nice Movie