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The Worst Person in the World

(Rated MA15+)

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“Yes, I do love you. But I also don’t”

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Overview

A romantic drama of spectacular intelligence and insight, The Worst Person in the World is the latest Cannes award-winning film from Norwegian director Joachim Trier. Julie (an incredible Renate Reinsve) is turning 30, and still hasn’t found her groove in life after several directional shifts. Her older boyfriend Aksel (Anders Danielsen Lie) is eager to start a family, but Julie isn’t so sure. When she crashes a wedding and meets the charming, yet also not single Eivind (Herbert Nordrum), a spark develops that leads Julie down another forking path.

Winner: Best Actress
— Cannes Film Festival 2021
“An instant classic... Renate Reinsve is sublime”
— The Guardian
“Energisingly smart and sexy”
— The Telegraph
“A wry, piercing study of millennial unrest”
— Variety

Why You Should See This Film

Voted Best Film of the Year by Vanity Fair, and winner of Best Foreign Language Film at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, The Worst Person in the World is shaping up to be a likely Oscar contender. Witty, romantic and brilliantly conceived, it’s the kind of film that doesn’t come around too often, and stays with you long after you see it.

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  • Year: 2021
  • Rating: MA15+
  • Director: Joachim Trier
  • Cast: Anders Danielsen Lie, Renate Reinsve, Herbert Nordrum
  • Duration: 121 minutes
  • Language: Norwegian with English subtitles
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