Oslo, August 31: Cannes 2011 Review
A recovering addict faces his demons and loneliness in Joahim Trier's bare bones film.
Mostly a study in melancholia and loneliness, Joachim Trier’s Oslo, August 31 deals honestly with the “and then what” moment which faces a recovered addict. You’re clean, you’re sober but what does life now offer? If you’re 34-year-old Anders (Anders Danielsen Lie), things look no better than they did before — only you can’t get high.
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