‘The Worst Person in the World’ Emerges as Simply the Best at Norway’s Amanda Awards

Joachim Trier’s smash “The Worst Person in the World,” is Oscar-nominated.

It is about a young woman trying to figure out what – and who – she really wants in her life.

The film won big at Norway’s Amanda Awards on Saturday night, scooping five statuettes, including one for best film.

Trier also won for best screenplay with his long-time collaborator Eksil Vogt.

The film’s breakout star Renate Reinsve, picked up her first Amanda for her portrayal of Julie, named best supporting actor.

“The Worst Person in the World” became a massive international successes, expected to be tin he best foreign Film category

This year’s Honorary Amanda went to producer Aage Aaberge

The awards marked the beginning of the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund, which wraps on Aug. 27.

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