Bloody Cartoons is a documentary about how and why 12 drawings in a Danish provincial paper could turn a small country in a confrontation with Muslims around the world.
He asks whether respect for Islam along with the heated response to the cartoons now leads us to self-censorship. How should we be tolerant, he asks, of intolerance. What should be limits, if any, to freedom of expression in a democracy.
The films of director in Lebanon, Iran, Syria, Qatar, France, Turkey and Denmark, talking to some of the people who played a key role during the cartoon crisis.
This documentary is filmed in 2015. And things have not changed much in Hungary, a country with a very strict policy towards refugees. In the same way that Donald Trump was sayin...