segunda-feira, 4 de dezembro de 2023

Niet Schieten (2018)

In one fell swoop, nine-year old David Van de Steen lost his mother, his father and his sister in an attack by the Brabant Killers in Aalst. His grandfather, Albert, has the well-nigh impossible task of giving David a new perspective on life, a future.

The film is based on the book 'Don't shoot, that is my dad' ("Niet schieten, dat is mijn papa") by David van de Steen, one of the wounded survivors of the assault on the Delhaize department store in Aalst (Belgium), November 9, 1985, which is depicted in the film. The title of the book was what his sister cried during the assault.


Director

Stijn Coninx

Stars

Jan Decleir, Viviane de Muynck, Mo Bakker

Subtittles: English


YOUTUBE LINK: https://youtu.be/iry-noI3fRI


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