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I don't have problems with addictions but I was able to relate to Anders at all times.
I find that the bleak outlook Anders has and his defeated attitude when attempting to acquire a job indicates how low he feels.
Although he shows up for the interview, he doesn't make much of an attempt to get the job.
I have no idea what this was about. I bought it to see Malin Crepin and if she's in this movie I don't lnow wherePublished 8 months ago by john fowlesse
"Oslo, 31 August" shows the side of life that nobody wants to see: the pointless side of life. S-L-O-W Norwegian film, but worth watching. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Daniel Gamboa
Norwegian drama about a day in the life of Anders, a recovering drug addict.Reaching the end of a treatment course at a rehab centre,Anders is clean and has a day's leave in Oslo... Read morePublished 21 months ago by technoguy
First, a technical deficiency: the English subtitles are so small and blurry that at times I had to sit two inches away from the screen to understand what was going on. Read morePublished 23 months ago by S. Spilka
I'll say first that `Oslo, August 31st' is not a feel good film. By the film's end I was almost completely void of emotion and broken. Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by Andrew Ellington
In only his second film, director and co-writer Joachim Trier delivers this simple but effective story about a drug addict who is going back into society after months of... Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by M. Oleson
This movie captures the feeling of being trapped and destroyed by life better than any other film I've viewed. Watch this.Published on January 6, 2013 by dwellingswing