Watching the Moon at Night (2015)
1h 30min · Documentary, History · 8 May 2015
Watching the Moon at Night a 90 minute creative documentary with a personal tone about contemporary terrorism and anti-Semitism. Filmed in six countries, Watching the Moon at Night focuses on the victims experiences and presents them together with the views of world experts in this field. As a result, the film extends beyond the stereotypical perception of terrorism. After recent events in Paris the issues raised by the film are more relevant than ever. We know who the terrorists are, but who writes and directs the script? What is the connection between European Nazism and Fascism of the last century and the lethal terrorism of today? Who are the godfathers of contemporary terrorist groups?