Days after his wife was murdered during the Bataclan attacks, Antoine Leiris wrote an open letter on Facebook to his wife’s killer. It was a letter of exceptional grace and defiance, stating simply that the terrorists had failed because they would never have his hate. That message was shared hundreds of thousands of times worldwide and inspired a best selling book. In this film, Leiris sets out to meet people like him. People who are trying to rebuild their lives after terrorist attacks.
Through the stories of others, Antoine tries to understand his own feeling and predict what tomorrow will be like, and the day after, and all the days after that. It’s a message which combines optimism and emotion, a desire to not withdraw from the world, and a longing to get back a purpose in life. Will hate always resurface? Is the desire for revenge too strong? How do you overcome the death of someone you loved so much?
Over 300 foreign volunteers chose to give up their comfortable lives and go fight ISIS in Raqqa. We filmed them there, fly-on-the-wall style, fighting, talking, laughing, being attacked by suicide bombs and sniper fire. We were with them until Raqqa was freed. And then we followed them back home - changed forever.More info
During the Syrian war, activists created an underground library. They had to leave their city, but they saved footage of their cultural resistance.More info
Imagine if there was a simple pill that could erase your worst memories... Sounds like Science-Fiction right? Well, this could very soon be realityMore info