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Oslo: How to watch the new HBO movie online in Australia




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Year released



TV Movie


Adult Themes, Violence, Coarse Language


Recounts the true-life, previously secret, back-channel negotiations in the development of the pivotal 1990s Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization.



Cast and crew

  • Ruth Wilson
  • David Olah
  • Sam Goldin
Oslo is based on an award-winning play, so we expect it to be quite theatrical. Great news, especially since tuning in to watch people sit around a table and talk for a couple of hours doesn't sound particularly riveting. Plus, the movie is written by J.T. Rogers, also responsible for the play. We're confident he figured out a way to successfully translate the high stakes of the negotiations to the small screen.

Another thing that should appeal to pretty much everyone is the cast. Ruth Wilson stars as Mona Juul, a diplomat in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Andrew Scott plays Mona's husband, Terje Rød-Larsen. You might be familiar with Wilson's recent work in The Affair, Mrs. Wilson or His Dark Materials. As for Scott, he famously played Moriarty in the BBC version of Sherlock and the (Hot) Priest in Fleabag. The cast also includes Jeff Wilbusch, Itzik Cohen, Salim Daw, Sasson Gabay, Dov Glickman and more.

The timing of the Oslo premiere likely isn't accidental, given the recent outbreak of violence in the region. The movie feels particularly relevant at the moment, especially if you're looking to understand more about the conflict between the two sides.

At the end of the day, however, Oslo is about a group of people who took great risks to facilitate peace, which can be inspiring. Early reviews for the movie have been mostly positive, with critics praising the ensemble's performances. If you're looking for a thought-provoking addition to your watchlist, there's a good chance Oslo will be a solid choice.




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