Louder Than Bombs

Synopsis: An upcoming exhibition celebrating photographer Isabelle Reed three years after her untimely death, brings her eldest son Jonah back to the family house - forcing him to spend more time with his father Gene and withdrawn younger brother Conrad than he has in years. With the three of them under the same roof, Gene tries desperately to connect with his two sons, but they struggle to reconcile their feelings about the woman they remember so differently.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Joachim Trier
Production: Motlys AS
  10 wins & 9 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
109 min


- It will take 'a little' practice.

- Yes.


Here it is.

Where's the food?

I'm starving.

Oh sh*t.

Oh God. I...

I put it next to the door ...

I'm so sorry, I'm going

pick something else.

I'm fine.

No, you're exhausted

and you have to eat something.

I'll get

something. Stay down'.

What I ate before

crap, sh*t.

I ', I know it was disgusting, you can

not to say f*** in front of the little girl

for a week?

- It ', a week.

- Okay, one week.

Okay, lie down. Ok.

Be right back, ok?

Your dad 'brings to your mom

some f***ing food.

- A week.

- Make better hurry the f*** up.

You ', very funny.

Hey, excuse me. Knows where...

Do you know if there '... Ok.


- Jonah.

- Hello.


Hey, I ...

I thought you moved to Brooklyn.

I did too.

But my mother still live here.

I get a bit with her., I think.

I heard that you are still in college

Oh yes'.

- Teach or ...?

- Yes, I am a professor now.

- Wow! As time passes.

- Yes

Why ', not'

nothing serious, right?

You ', you know ...

It's difficult.

He does not even 60 years.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry,

I've always loved her.

She also liked you.

You made a big impression on her.

It 's always critical with my boyfriends

since we broke.


No, it's true.

You are fine?

What are you doing here?

Well, my wife ...

Amy, her ...

Oh, sorry so 'much.

Yes thanks.

Thank you.

Why 'you took you

so much?

Oh, nothing.

Everything was closed. I'm sorry.

Everything is alright. Isabelle, honey.

Isabelle, look at me.

All right.


There are difficult conditions

of work.There is no infrastructure.

When you get in places,

you just have to wait and try.

We often worked together.

There are photographers everywhere.

If something happens,

we are like bees,

looking at the same thing,

focusing on the same thing.

Richard Weissman


But she got the picture.

... producing images

incredible in extreme danger.

Well done!

When I started,

I thought that the work

consisted in approaching

as much as possible.

The exciting part of this work

perhaps he attracted me to do so.

Then I became confused and

I thought that I had to be wait until the tanks went away,

to show the damage.

- Maybe ...

- The consequences of war.

It ', the other side of the war.

I think my last

photographs, the most 'recent,

they are witnessing.

How long it will 'and how

You will 'know when to stop?

I think it's ...

my responsibility '....

No, I do not think I should

stop. Why should I?


automotive deadly.

To a tragic fate,

After finally leaving

the dangerous job as a photographer,

Isabelle Reed dead in

a car crash

in less than a two kilometers

from his home in New York.

He was 57 years old. He lived

with her husband and two sons.

That should give you some idea.

It must be so 'short.

People will not see long film

at an exhibition.

Sure sure.

It seems to me, it seems

that works for me.

Some of his shots are already '

ready. You saw them, coming out?

No, no,

I have not had the opportunity.

- Oh, they are fantastic.

- Yes'.


We wanted to ask you, I know that

and 'it has been a bit' of time, but

He held the material at home,

something that we can see?

I am afraid of,

it's just a big mess.

Maybe something from the last trip to Syria?

I saw no pictures from there

Well ... I wrote

Jonah, and, well ...

There is no 'why

you can not look.

Great. We appreciate it.

Did I tell you that I am writing

an article in The New York Times?

- To announce the exhibition?

Yes, they told me.

Always he thought

that one in the press

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Joachim Trier

Joachim Trier (born 1 March 1974) is a Norwegian film director raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. His father Jacob Trier was the sound technician of The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix, a notable film produced in Norway in 1975. more…

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