The Worst Person in the World

Norwegian with English subtitles

Fresh and tender romantic comedy that has been loved by critics and audiences alike. This is the third and final film in Joachim Trier’s Oslo Trilogy – but don’t worry if you haven’t seen the previous two (Thelma and Oslo, August 31st) – because The Worst Person in the World is quite different.

Set in Oslo, Renate Reinsve plays Julia, a young woman who, on the verge of turning thirty, navigates multiple love affairs, existential uncertainty and career dissatisfaction as she slowly starts deciding what she wants to do, who she wants to be, and ultimately who she wants to become.

“Nordic romcom is an instant classic” ***** The Guardian

“A comedy of crisis that truly understands millennial anguish” ***** The Independent

“It’s the kind of film audiences fall in love with — then break up with, then miss terribly, before finally realising that it was as good as movies get, if only they had realised it at the time.” Sunday Times

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