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Basics Critics:81Viewers:74Rusty:77
Category: Bio/History, Documentary, SportsSub-Category: documentary film, crime filmMain subject: Munich massacre, Olympic Games, terrorismNarrative location: MunichRuntime: 94 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United Kingdom, Germany, SwitzerlandDirector: Kevin MacdonaldMusic: Alex HeffesCinematography: Alwin H. Küchler, Neve CunninghamStars: Michael Douglas, Gerald Seymour, Axel Springer, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Zvi Zamir, Esther Roth-Shahamorov, Hans-Jochen Vogel, Peter Jennings, Mark SpitzProducer: Arthur CohnStudio: BBC Film, Passion Munich Ltd, Danvalley Film AGAwards won: Academy Award for Best Documentary FeatureAward nominations: European Film Award for Best Documentary (Kevin Macdonald, Passion Munich Ltd, Danvalley Film AG)Award details: (details at IMDb)

The full story of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and the Israeli revenge operation 'Wrath of God.' The 1972 Munich Olympics were interrupted by Palestinian terrorists taking Israeli athletes hostage. Besides footage taken at the time, we see interviews with the surviving terrorist, Jamal Al Gashey, and various officials detailing exactly how the police, lacking an anti-terrorist squad and turning down help from the Israelis, botched the operation

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