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  1. Isidora Ivkovic's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  2. alfredodimalo's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  3. angeldromero's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Self-destruction, depression and the last day on earth.

  4. Daniel Roque's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  5. vizija's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Cinematography with emptiness and sorrow, even the sound makes similar vibes. 4+

  6. squid's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    4,5 the main actor is very good. The directing too.

  7. Yildiz Doygun's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    I'll definitely watch it again. It's plain and simply so beautiful. This movie meaning a lot to me. "If someone wants to destroy himself, society should allow him to do so."

  8. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Rewatched and re-loved. Go and watch Thelma, please.

  9. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  10. cinema_file's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    There are scenes that hold some of the most engrossing dialogue of this decade providing rich characterization and connection to the voices. But, the camera work, and character we follow, often feel generic in relation to the voice over. Triers vision here is worth viewing, watching him chase true humanization of everyone on screen, and off of it, is audacious and inspiring.

  11. sebastiaen's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  12. Monasteries's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Brilliance of a couple of the scenes/shots was outweighed by the dreariness of others.

  13. eugenie de sade's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    i don't demand plot but i'm getting tired of this lena dunham shit

  14. Michael H. CLAES's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Un type mélancolique, pessimiste, parents riches, révolté (de quoi?) à fleur de peau (pourquoi?), se drogue, tentative de suicide, arrête, vole, recommence. Intello + Norvège + se prend très au sérieux + ça rigole pas bcp. === A guy, melancholic, pessimistic, rich parents, revolted (of what?), drugs, suicide attempt, rehab, steal, falls again. It's Norway, nobody laughs much, everyone takes themselves very seriously.

  15. Rita Moreira's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  16. movieater's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  17. Slow Immersion's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    In parts, one of the most interesting and authentic feelings on depression I have seen. Not interesting stylistically, and a bit of a shitty character; but that scene where there is a girl listing all the things in life she would like, and like to achieve; and he desires nothing, and only really wishes for the inevitable end. To far gone; almost how I feel about life too.

  18. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  19. lowplacelikehome's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

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  20. fonzie's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    a lovely, minimal film about being unfulfilled and a man's disconnect from the world around him.

  21. Silvoieski's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    The 24 hours of a drug addict in rehab. The main philosophical idea of the plot it's that cliché and well-known idea of "feeling alone in everything the main character does and see". But it's a good film because the director used this typical plot with the mix of other great things, showing at the same time an excellent cinematography directly conected with the actual spirit of the main character.

  22. James Mackin's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    This was a fantastic portrayal of how an addict goes throughout their day. Joachim Trier is a gift to us all.

  23. elif jazel's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

  24. ig_____or's rating of the film Oslo, August 31st

    Stunning film. Watching the latest chapter in Anders' road to self-destruction and seeing him adrift among Oslo and the very few people that come across his life on this particular day was a moving experience. It's curious how we never even got to see his parents, sister or the estranged girlfriend, perhaps in order to emphasise how lonely he felt in the world. A lot of cool music in the last half-hour or so.

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