Paul Greengrass directing Netflix movie about mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 22, 2017

Jason Bourne director Paul Greengrass is looking to begin production on his latest project this fall, and, if you're familiar with the filmmaker's rather extensive resume, then you shouldn't be surprised to learn that it will indeed be a film surrounding a real-life tragic event that is still clear in our minds to this day.

Netflix is becoming brazen about their business model for releasing original films. He's written and will direct a movie about the terrorist attack in Norway in 2011. No casting information is yet available on the untitled picture, which will be produced by Scott Rudin alongside Greg Goodman and Eli Bush.

Andres Behring Breivik described himself as a Christian extremist with a hatred for Muslims, which he detailed in an apparently 1500-page long manifesto that he attempted (and failed) to read at his trial. He started the carnage by detonating a fertilizer bomb outside the headquarters of the prime minister that killed eight people. After that, Breivik dressed in a police uniform, took a short ferry ride to Utoya Island outside of Oslo, and methodically murdered teens attending a Labor Party Youth Camp as they tried to escape. He was arrested and sentenced to a depressingly meagre 21 years after his untold depths of evil and cruelty. He also directed Tom Hanks in the story of the pirate and hostage situation off the shores of Somali, Captain Phillips.

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