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Acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st, Louder Than Bombs) returns with The Worst Person In The World, a wistful and subversive romantic drama about the quest for love and meaning.

Set in contemporary Oslo, it features a star-making lead performance from Renate Reinsve as a young woman who, on the verge of turning thirty, navigates multiple love affairs, existential uncertainty and career dissatisfaction as she slowly starts deciding what she wants to do, who she wants to be, and ultimately who she wants to become.

As much a formally playful character study as it is a poignant and perceptive observation of quarter-life angst, this life-affirming coming of age story deservedly won Reinsve the Best Actress award at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.

Nominated for two Academy Awards (Original Screenplay and International Feature Film), and two BAFTA awards (Leading Actress and Film Not in the English Language).

★★★★★ “A truthful, tender masterpiece” – Empire

★★★★★Sublime… An instant classic” – The Guardian

★★★★★ “Spellbinding… A character study for the ages” – Little White Lies

  • BBFC Rating Info


    A group of friends eat magic mushrooms, and a woman’s drug trip is depicted in the scene that follows. During the scene, she hallucinates several hands touching her naked body, with on-screen sight of breast nudity. In the same scene she imagines pulling a tampon from her vagina and throwing it at a man’s face; she then smears some menstrual blood on her own face. Drug misuse is not glamourised by the film.


    Scenes of strong sex include implied oral sex, and buttock nudity. There are also strong sex references, including a detailed description of fellatio. After a sex scene there is brief sight of a man’s flaccid penis.

    The film features infrequent strong language (‘f**k’). There are also undetailed references to sexual violence. There are references to illness and bereavement.