The Worst Person in the World

Showtimes
Starts Friday, FEBRUARY 18 | Regular Admission Prices
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Norway’s official submission for the 2022 Best International Feature Film Academy Award!

“An exuberant delight.  Laugh-out-loud funny and heartbreaking in equal measure.” – Iana Murray, The Playlist

In this delightfully charming and insightful comedy/drama, twenty-something Julie is experiencing an existential crisis of life and love. She’s altered her career path a handful of times and begins dating Aksel, an older and successful graphic novelist. As time goes on, Julie bristles against his need to settle down. When Julie crashes a party one night, she meets the charming and equally carefree Eivind and throws herself into a new relationship with wild abandon. Framed around Julie’s chronic indecisiveness, the film follows four years of ups and downs, important relationships, and what-if’s as our heroine hurtles into her thirties. Featuring a stellar performance by Cannes Best Actress winner Renate Reinsve as Julie, the latest film by celebrated Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st; Louder than Bombs) is a wry and at times melancholy romance, portraying a young woman navigating her way through her evolving identity, happiness and mistakes, in the process reminding us how quickly life can pass us by and to make the most of every opportunity. (Dir. by Joachim Trier, 2021, Norway/France/Sweden/Denmark, in Norwegian with English subtitles, 127 mins., Rated R)