A Murder RevisitedA Murder Revisited
|country, year:||Germany, Serbia, 2010|
|category:||Between fear and freedom|
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For Frenchman Brice Taton a holiday trip to Serbia was a journey of no return. Unaware of the sinister climate of lynch two days prior the scheduled Belgrade Gay Pride 2009, Brice and his fellow Toulouse team fans were attacked in the city centre by a gang of hooligans. Brice was thrown of a 10 meter high staircase dying two weeks later. The ensuing French government’s pressure for a quick legal proceedings ended up in a hastily executed trial and the sentencing of a group of young Partizan fans with no previous criminal record. A Murder Revisted revisits the Brice Taton murder case exposing Serbia of today, a country were indiscriminate and unpunished violence orchestrated by leaders of football hooligan groups and controlled by remnants of the Milosevic era keep holding the country’s civil society in a state of permanent fear.
16 March, 20:00,
17 March, 20:00,
AWARDS AND FESTIVALS
One World Romania 2012
South East Europe Film Festival 2012