Andrea Berntzen, the film's lead actress, spent time with survivors of the attack to prepare for her role as year-old Kaja. As the teenage survivors of last week's high school shooting in Parkland, Fla. U — July 22, which premiered this week at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival, tries to give a voice to those victims. The gunman was a white supremacist who targeted the campers because they were junior members of the Norwegian social-democratic Labour Party and because of their liberal, multicultural values. At the time of the attacks and during the trial a year later, news coverage focused heavily on the shooter. Now, almost seven years later, the feature film reconstruction of that day attempts to shift the focus away from the perpetrator, and toward the victims. Andrea Berntzen, the film's lead actress, spent time with survivors of the attack to prepare for her role. Berntzen plays year-old Kaja who, when we first meet her at the camp, turns to the camera and declares: "You will never understand. U — July 22 is shot in a single take and follows Kaja as she runs and hides from the relentless sounds of screams and gunshots, and as she comes across the bodies of fellow campers. This single take lasts 72 minutes — the exact amount of time the campers were under attack.
Authorities said the teen alerted them to the crime scene, and then confessed.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. March 3, am Updated March 3, am. Devin Harper, 18, was arrested after a woman told police late Friday that her son had spotted an alarming post on social media, Montebello police said in a statement. Cops later located Harper, who denied posting the threat. He then told officers that he was unable to access his Instagram profile, police said. Harper, who previously attended the 3,student public school east of Los Angeles, was expelled from Montebello High School two years ago for making similar statements. He was taken into custody on a charge of making a criminal threat, police said. Read Next. Japan may delay Olympics amid coronavirus fears.
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