'June 22' explores the deadliest attacks in Norway since WW2
Clip: 10/15/2018 | 6m 6s
The film “22 July” is a dramatization of the 2011 massacre at a Norweigan summer camp. A right-wing fanatic killed 77 people. Jeffrey Brown talks with British Director Paul Greengrass about the film, the country’s reaction to the massacre and the ongoing rise of the extreme right. Brown also speaks with journalist Asne Seierstad, who wrote the 2016 book on which the film is based.
Aired: 10/15/18Video has closed captioning.
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