|Photo: The Ugandan refugee Rita was pregnant, had actually no money, but decided at the last moment to travel to Utøya|
Wrong Time Wrong Place (pictured), which was produced by Carmen Cobos, is billed as an “essay on the insignificance of life and the role played by chance” that uses the July 22, 2011 mass killing on the Norwegian island Utoya and concurrent bombing in the capital Oslo as a starting point. Several people caught up in the violence explain how their lives changed forever that day, including members of the families of victims and a man who had a chance meeting with Anders Breivik, the man later convicted of carrying out the attacks, on a ferry.
“The film shows how small, seemingly trivial events can upset the fine balance between life and death,” the festival’s organizers wrote in a press release.
To mark the festival’s 25th year, the film will screen on the same evening in 25 cinemas throughout the Netherlands. (Source: Realscreen)