Despite working with film I personally haven’t been up to seeing any of them so far. Watched a few episodes of the miniseries «22 July» but for me, that’s too much. For others, I think it can feel therapeutic and important in some ways to watch the films. There are a few very different types of films that have been made. Funnily enough, I really enjoyed a good-hearted, humorous bit about it in the film «Blind» by Eskil Vogt (co-writer of a certain recent Cannes winning film) where a character wears a fake bandage to be able to be part of something.
I’m normally a person who in no way shies away from seeking out dark storylines and morbid details, but I think just remembering the feeling of waking up on the 23rd to (inaccurate) news reports of 89 dead just overshadows all of it. But obviously people are very different like that, and I know a lot of people who have really appreciated and valued some of the films. They’ve also generally speaking been quite well recieved critically.