Enter the mind of a killer. An extraordinary insight into the mind of Anders Breivik - a man who radicalised himself online in order to commit an act of terror that shocked the world.
On July 22 2011, Anders Breivik detonated a bomb near the Norwegian parliament before going on a killing spree on the island of Utøya: taking the lives of 77 people and injuring more than 200.
Ninety minutes before the attack Breivik emailed a 1500 page manifesto to 1000 people. It contained everything from bomb manuals and predictions for the future, to philosophical reflections on the dangers of multiculturalism and interviews he conducted with himself.
By Christian Lollike, Olaf Højgaard & Tanja Diers
Directed by Anders Falstie-Jensen
Performed by Edwin Wright (Winner, Outstanding Performance, Dunedin Fringe Festival 2016)
Manifesto 2083 is an original Sort/Hvid production. It premiered October 15 2012 in Copenhagen. The text is developed in collaboration between Christian Lollike, Olaf Højgaard and Tanja Diers.
Content may disturb (Coarse language and adult themes)
Confronting and complex. NZ Herald
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