Comedy,Drama,Romance   Denmark,Sweden,Norway,France

"The Worst Person in the World" follows Julie, a young woman in her twenties living in Oslo, Norway. The film delves into Julie's personal journey as she navigates the complexities of love, relationships, and self-discovery over the course of four years.

At the beginning of the film, Julie is in a long-term relationship with Aksel, a successful and ambitious older man. However, she starts questioning the stability of their relationship and her own desires. Uncertain about her own future and longing for excitement, Julie breaks up with Aksel and begins exploring her options.

As Julie embraces her newfound independence, she enters into a relationship with Eivind, a creative and free-spirited musician. Together, they embark on a passionate and turbulent romance, exploring their shared interests and chasing their dreams. However, Julie soon realizes that, despite their intense connection, Eivind may not be the life partner she truly desires.

Facing a series of disappointments and setbacks in her career, including her struggles to find a steady job, Julie begins questioning her path in life. She contemplates her dreams of becoming a writer, but insecurities and self-doubt hold her back. Throughout this period, she also engages in numerous casual relationships, attempting to find fulfillment and happiness in different partners.

In the final act of the movie, Julie's journey takes a decisive turn when she reconnects with Eivind, who has since become a successful writer himself. Their reunion forces Julie to confront her own fears and deeply examine her true desires and sense of self. As she embarks on a path of self-discovery, Julie must make difficult decisions about her relationships, career, and what truly makes her happy.

"The Worst Person in the World" dives into the complexities of love, personal growth, and the pressures of finding one's place in the world. Throughout the film, Julie grapples with the choices she has made, the impact of her relationships, and the process of accepting who she truly is. It is a raw and introspective exploration of the challenges and triumphs that come with navigating adulthood in the modern world.
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