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A great challenge and dramatic resistance by a teenage girl struggling to survive amid the many killings and devastations in Norway. The girl is trying to find her younger sister during the July 2011 mass murder in a political summer camp on the Norwegian island of Utoya, in a story that is the most dramatic in the girl's life.
The characters in the film are fictionalised but based on the accounts of real survivors; fine to protect their identities, but dubious to deliberately twist the narrative to create additional sympathy.
There's no stronger argument against guns than the image of a child dead besides her phone - which rings with the calls of a mother that doesn't know her daughter can't answer anymore. [Full review in Portuguese]