22 July ★★½

This docudrama of the 22 July 2011 terrorist attack in Norway, the subsequent trial, and the PTSD struggles of a survivor, coming from the director of the immediate and visceral United 93 (2006), is a shockingly unremarkable aggregate of familiar beats.  Seven years on, in a political environment within Europe and the U.S. where the parties on both the Left and Right have increasingly abandoned the center and the Right is winning at the extremes, surely there is something more to be said in a two and a half hour piece that so clearly aspires to be contemplative.