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Isak Bakli Aglen and Jonas Strand Gravli play teens who are on the Norwegian island of Utøya during the 2011 terror attacks in Paul Greengrass' new film, 22 July. The film is being released Wednesday on both Netflix and in 100 theaters worldwide. Erik Aavatsmark/Netflix hide caption

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'22 July' Chronicles Norwegian Terror Attack As A Story Of Horror — And Hope

Paul Greengrass' new film re-creates the 2011 attacks in which a right-wing terrorist killed 77 people, most of them teens. Critic John Powers says 22 July is a superb film that avoids sensationalism.

Isak Bakli Aglen and Jonas Strand Gravli play teens who are on the Norwegian island of Utøya during the 2011 terror attacks in Paul Greengrass' new film, 22 July. The film is being released Wednesday on both Netflix and in 100 theaters worldwide. Erik Aavatsmark/Netflix hide caption

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'22 July' Chronicles Norwegian Terror Attacks As A Story Of Horror — And Hope

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