The Worst Person In The World Review: Joachim Trier’s film The Worst Person in the World is about the worst person in the world (Norwegian: Verdens verste menneske). When it comes out in 2021, it will be a romantic black comedy and drama. When it comes to his “Oslo Trilogy,” this movie is the third one. Before that, there was Resurrection (2006) and Oslo, 31 August 2007. (2011). It was shown in competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 2021. The Best Actress award went to Renate Reinsve, who did a great job on stage. In the Best International Feature Film category, the movie was up for a prize, too. If you were at the 94th Academy Awards, you won Best Original Screenplay for your movie. She wrote the music for the movie. Ola Flttum
julie is a medical student in Oslo. She had an epiphany. She decides to study psychology and break up with her boyfriend. Julie then develops a friendship with one of her teachers. Her phone’s camera roll led her to decide to become a photographer. The comic artist Aksel Willman is fifteen years older than Julie, but he is very good at what he does. During the time she was with her next boyfriend, a model. Despite the fact that they are very different in age, the two start to date and get married.
The Worst Person In The World: The Others (Chapter 1)
Julie, who is now writing a little, spends the weekend at Aksel’s parents’ house because she wants to learn more about writing. Aksel thinks that Julie should have a family. Besides, Julie says that she isn’t ready and doesn’t know when she’ll be. After seeing Aksel’s niece have a tantrum, even more so. Later, when Aksel’s brother’s wife is hit in the head with a lamp at a party, it turns out to be a very bad thing. Further, Aksel and Julie can hear a very angry argument. Julie, on the other hand, sees the couple back together the next day. It’s also fun for Aksel to colour with his two nephews.
The Worst Person In The World: Cheating (Chapter 2)
Julie shows up at a wedding and meets Eivind. There was an event for Aksel’s book. The barista is on her way back home after that event. People even though they are both in relationships. They spend the whole night together, talking about intimate things but never straying from their partners. They only say their first names and have no plans to meet again.
The Worst Person In The World: Chapter 3: Oral Sex in The #MeToo Era
Julie writes about feminism and oral sex on a blog that she shares with other people. Aksel is impressed and wants her to put it online. In this place, it will get attention.
Our Own Family (Chapter 4)
Julie’s 30th birthday party is at the house of her divorced mother. Along with Aksel and Julie’s grandma, we went to see the movie together. Injuries to his back have made it impossible for Julie’s father to come to the party. Julie and Aksel go to see Julie’s father a few days after they meet up with each other. She wants to know if he’s read her piece, and he says he couldn’t get the link. Julie’s half-sister, who is now an adult, unintentionally confesses. That Julie’s father was there to watch her play football on her birthday. He comes up with reasons to say no to Aksel’s offer to come to Oslo and see him and Julie with him and Julie. On the way home, Aksel tells Julie that she needs to start a family of her own.
Chapter 5: Inadequate Timing
During her job at a bookshop, Julie meets Eivind and Sunniva. Sunny waits outside as Julie and Eivind talk. When Aksel was having dinner with his brother and sister-in-law. His comic strip, “Bobcat,” was made into a movie and Aksel isn’t happy about it.
During this time of year, his politically incorrect series is turned into a family-friendly Christmas picture. Another thing leads to a long monologue that makes Julie bored and not pay attention. Eivind and Julie go on a date and fall in love. Julie, who isn’t happy, thinks about it. That means they break up, even though they have one last sex before she moves out of Aksel’s apartment. With even more, it implies that they might be able to meet again at some point.
Finnmark Highlands (Chapter 6)
The movie shows how Eivind and Sunniva met and fell in love. Sunniva wants to learn more about her family history after a close call with a reindeer while camping. She turns out to be 3.1 percent Sámi. As a result, she is now very concerned about climate change and the rights of indigenous peoples. Eivind isn’t happy with the way they live, so he meets Julie at the bookshop.
The Beginning of a New Chapter (Chapter 7)
Julie and Eivind will live together. Though they’ve already broken up, they still follow each other on Instagram. Julie finds this amusing.
Julie’s Narcissistic Circus (Chapter 8)
Eivind throws a small party. One of his friends finds out about Eivind’s stash of psychoactive mushrooms. She sees herself naked and older with a child at her breast. She feels vulnerable in the presence of all of her former lovers, including Bobcat, who eats her child inside of a hot dog; then, she sees her father on the couch and sits in anger in front of him with her bloody tampon. When she stands up, she finds that she has made a mess in Eivind’s flat. The next night, she tells Eivind that she can be herself with him. He doesn’t believe her.
Bobcat Wrecks Xmas (Chapter 9)
Julie watches an interview with Aksel on NRK TV while she works out at the gym. Aksel defends his Bobcat comics against a feminist critique while Julie works out. When the presenter says that his comics are sexist, Aksel fights back very hard.
First Person Singular (Chapter 10)
Aksel’s brother runs into Julie at work and tells her that his brother has pancreatic cancer that is terminal. Later, Eivind finds a short story that Julie wrote. When he thinks it’s based on her real-world experiences, Julie is angry and accuses him of being content with never having done anything in his life.
Positives (Chapter 11)
Julie finds out she is pregnant, but she doesn’t tell Eivind right away. Aksel is in the hospital and she goes to see him. They talk about how their lives have been different. He is sad about not having a future, and Julie tells him that she is pregnant. Despite his claims that she would be a great mother, she isn’t sure if she wants to keep the child. The two break up when Julie comes back home. She tells Eivind that she’s pregnant, and they split up while she decides whether or not to keep the child.
Everything Comes to an End ( Chapter12)
His childhood home is where he got the idea for becoming an artist. Aksel wants to take Julie there. They say they hope they can live together again, rather than just be a part of history. She then gets a message from Aksel’s brother, who tells her that his condition has worsened and that he will most likely not live through the night. She walks the streets of Oslo and looks at the sunrise the next morning. A mistake Julie made while bathing:
An editor at the Guardian called it “one of Cannes’ best films.” It was also called a “event classic.” Vanity Fair’s Richard Lawson called it “exquisite, wistful, and just plain sad.” Vogue and The Atlantic named The Worst Person in the World the best movie of 2021.