2015 – 1h 30 minutes
Documentary on the 2015 terrorist attack on the French satirical weekly “Charlie Hebdo”, which left 12 people dead.
On 7 January 2015, two terrorists stormed into the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo y 12 people killedall indications are that one of the motives for the massacre is once again the publication of cartoons of Mohammed and the cartoons on Islam that the weekly regularly shows.
The two attackers were shot dead by police on 9 January when they made their way inside the premises of a printing press.
On 9 January, also in France, a man took five hostages in a kosher supermarket and barricaded himself inside. The police intervention ended with the death of the hostage-taker.
The death toll from these two attacks rose to 17
The cartoonists killed were:
Jean Cabut “Cabu, Stéphane Charbonnier “Charb” , Georges Wolinski y Bernard Verlhactignous”, “Tignous” and Phiplippe Honoré “Honoré”
The documentary is available on Netflix
Related: To Be/Not to Be Charlie.