One Day In September

Release Date: 12 June 2006 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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ONE DAY IN SEPTEMBER is a unique and powerful documentary that tells an important story in an exciting and dramatic style that one doesnt typically associate with the genre. The film is about the Black September terrorist action at the 1972 Munich Olympics. It relies on interviews and archival news footage of the actual events, which personalise the story of the doomed Israeli athletes and the Palestinian terrorists who held them captive while the world held its collective breath. Also documented, in painful detail, is the astonishing ineptitude and indifference of the West German police and the insensitivity of the International Olympic Committee. Director Kevin MacDonald makes excellent use of news footage, promotional films, and the music of the early 1970s. He also uses interviews with many of those involved, including an on-camera interview with surviving terrorist Jamal Al Gashey and an in-depth interview with Ankie Spitzer, the widow of one of the Israeli coaches who was killed. But what makes the film so compelling is the shrewd way MacDonald brings these elements together to make a suspenseful, heartbreaking record of this tragic event. MacDonald sought to make a documentary thriller with this film, and he succeeded.
Release Date: 12 June 2006
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Kevin Macdonald

Region 2
Running Time: 94 minutes
Production Year: 1999
Main Language: English
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Catalogue No: SRD93125