Munich, 1972. The Olympic Games have begun. The Olympic village is peaceful. Until, in the early morning of 5 September, Palestinian terrorists take 11 members of the Israeli team hostage.
This documentary traces the tragedy and its aftermath in a narrative that is both stirring and illuminating.
The documentary features four women, including Ankie Spitzer, widow of murdered fencing coach André Spitzer, and Mossad agent Sylvia Rafael. These four women witnessed the tragedy and it changed their lives forever.
The world watched live on television as the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the living quarters of the Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics. The terrorists took 11 hostages, all of whom they killed.
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