Ingrid is the mother of Kristian, who became active in AUF early on. Kristian was the leader of the party's local team in Modum, and in 2011 was part of the working group that ran the summer camp on Utøya.
On 22 July, Ingrid watched the Tour de France, when the broadcast was interrupted due to the explosion in Oslo. Not long after, she receives an SMS from her son: "They are shooting. We are hiding. Call the police. I love you". He became one of the 495 who survived the attack, but who returned home to one of the many families who still carry the terror with them.
22 July had consequences to an infinite number of people, and each one of them has their own story, says Ingrid. She wants to contribute to a common understanding of the consequences of terror, and the relevance of combating outsiders and extreme attitudes. Ingrid believes that we must become better at listening, and that 22 July is an example of how things can go if we stop caring about each other.
In these films, she tells her story from and about what happened, about the time afterwards, and what she hopes we can learn from 22 July.