Wrong Time Wrong Place

    • John Appel
    • Netherlands, The
    • 2012
    • 80 min
    • World Premiere
    • IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary, IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary
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    On 22 July 2011, a bomb attack in the centre of Oslo and a shooting spree on the island Utoya took the lives of 77 people. It was the senseless, brutal act of one man: Anders Breivik.
     Wrong Time, Wrong Place tells the story of 5 individuals who were present then and shows the role of coincidence in this tragedy. A sequence of small, trivial happenings marks the thin line between life and death. Two minutes earlier or later can be of decisive importance.
    Wrong Time, Wrong Place is a film about the bargain with fate. However much one tries to influence fate, in the end coincidence calls the shots.

    Credits

    • 80 min
    • color
    • DCP
    • Spoken languages: Iranian, English, Georgian, Norwegian
    • Subtitles in: English
    Director
    John Appel
    Production
    Carmen Cobos for Cobos Films
    Executive producer
    Kees Rijninks for Ryninks Films Consultancy BV
    Cinematography
    Erik van Empel
    Editing
    Mario Steenbergen
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    IDFA history

    2012
    World Premiere
    IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary
    IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary

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