Norway Massacre: The Survivors

Norway Massacre: The Survivors

Norway Massacre: The Survivors

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With extraordinary footage from the crime scenes, this documentary focuses on the people who survived Anders Behring Breivik's killing spree on July 22nd, 2011.

Comments (15)

  • Will

    1 year ago

    Will

    Hello 'Hagar'. It was made with a group of youth members of the Norwegian Labour Party who cooperated fully in its production and who felt it a vital contribution to Norway's democracy.

  • JulieAnneParker

    over 1 year ago

    JulieAnneParker

    awful busineess the horrible true most certainy evil side of life.but i cant understand how some1 single beig cud destroy so so many lifes thenjust call police and surrender n go to hell n rot.all those left having to deal with life with the memories also the 1s who lost a loved 1 i think if u watch the vid n comment plz hold a 3min silcence in memory of all those lost injured and the greivng godbless

  • bobey

    almost 2 years ago

    bobey

    I was so sad when i saw this vid, i think the man should die a slow painfull death...

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  • JS

    almost 2 years ago

    JS

    The world should be shown what happened or they can never start to understand what these poor people suffered...

  • HK

    almost 2 years ago

    HK

    Will it be possible for people who live in Norway to see the documentary online ?

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  • sue

    almost 2 years ago

    sue

    why was one of them told to move away from norway by the police?

  • drew brisge

    almost 2 years ago

    drew brisge

    you just need to watch how it is edited near the begining for dramatic effect ie; idyllic enviroment cross-cut to screaming. it seems like a hastily made documentary. we know how they suffered and all the deaths that happened. what i found disrespectful was the 'running through the woods' sequences with the heavy breathing. i got the feeling that the worlds media are queing up to get on that little boat to make sensational documentaries. problem is though, ive just watched it!

  • K Beauty

    almost 2 years ago

    K Beauty

    Fundamentalist thinking is not the problem: opting for violence and murder is! There are millions of fundamentalists, (including liberals) whose thinking has not led to harming others.

  • K Beauty

    almost 2 years ago

    K Beauty

    Fundamentalist thinking is not the problem.. opting for violence and murder is!!! There are millions of fundamentalists (including liberals) whose thinking has not led to harming others.

  • Bobby

    almost 2 years ago

    Bobby

    I disagree.Im Irish,living in this country but with family in Norway.Its important to show the human tragedy,and that was well done in this documentary.The focus is on the victims,as it should be.This is a documentary that highlights the dangers in fundamentalist thinking.

  • Robert

    almost 2 years ago

    Robert

    I am sure Hagar, this is utterly a misuse of our public trust in an effort to cash in on one of the sickest crimes ever committed in our lifetime. Any mention of this on the news in any way is exactly what this monster wants. I feel terrible for the victims, but I honestly believe that there should be responsible press, meaning not glorifying these actions for profit. Shame on you channel 5!

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  • Hagar the horrible

    almost 2 years ago

    Hagar the horrible

    This is coming from a Norwegian living in Scotland. I am not sure i agree with UK TV making money and a documentary on the anders breivik incident. Quite tasteless actually. Always respected channel 5 for their ethic in journalism.

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