HBO released the first Oslo Trailer today ahead of the film debut on May 29th. After its premiere on the subscription channel, Ruth Wilson (HBO’s Its dark materials and Mrs. Wilson) and Andrew Scott-directed film will be streamed on HBO Max.

Oslo is based on the award-winning piece of the same name. It’s a dramatization of real events in which Golden Globe winner Wilson plays a Norwegian Foreign Minister named Mona Juul and Scott (Fleabag and Black mirror) as her husband. The plot of the film revolves around “Negotiations between relentless enemies – the secret feedback channel conversations, improbable friendships and silent exploits of a small but dedicated group of Israelis, Palestinians and a Norwegian couple that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords”.

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HBO announced that the other cast members include: Salim Daw (Fauda) as Ahmed Qurie, Minister of Finance of the PLO; Waleed Zuaiter (The spy) as Hassan Asfour, Quries Associate & PLO Liaison; Jeff Wilbusch (Unorthodox) as Uri Savir, Director General of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Igal Naor (Fauda) as Joel Singer, Legal Advisor to the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Dov Glickman (Shtisel) as Yair Hirschfield, Israeli economics professor; Red Keinan (Fauda) as Ron Pundak, Hirschfield’s collaborator and co-professor in Israel; Itzik Cohen (Fauda) as Yossi Beilin, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister; Tobias Zilliacus (Thicker than water) as Jan Egeland, Norwegian State Secretary; and Sasson Gabay (Sirens) as Shimon Peres, Foreign Minister of the State of Israel.

The upcoming HBO film was written by JT Rogers, who also wrote the Tony Award winning play, while Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher (South pacific) is the director of the film. Executive producers are Sher, Cambra Overend and Marc Platt Productions’ Marc Platt (La La Land), Jared LeBoff and Adam Siegel, Steven Spielberg and Kristie Macosko Krieger from DreamWorks Pictures and David Litvak from Bold FIlms.

Check out the new one Oslo Trailer below:

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