The terrorist attack on the Bataclan becomes a film, the true story of a couple of Spanish survivors

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November 13, 2015, Paris is devastated by a series of terrorist attacks, the already bloody and symbolic in the concert hall of the Bataclan. That night is now being told in the true story Un año, una noche, a Spanish and French co-production based on Ramon Gonzalez’s autobiographical book.

Five years have passed since the night of November 13, 2015, when Paris was devastated by a series of terrorist attacks Without precedents. The bloodiest and most symbolic, the one against the concert hall of the Bataclan is now the focus of a film, Un año, una noche, inspired by the autobiographical book of the Spanish Ramon Gonzalez, Peace, love and Death Metal, who was present at the concert that evening Eagles of Death Metal.

The protagonist of this European production, in which the giant Studiocanal has just come on board, will be the excellent protagonist of 120 beats per minute, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, while the direction will be by Isaki Lacuesta.

Inspired largely by Gonzalez’s autobiographical book, tells the attack on the Bataclan but also focuses on how a young Spaniard and his Argentine girlfriend, two survivors, tried to fight against the psychological trauma of that terrible night. “It’s a positive film about how love can overcome terror,” according to one of the producers, Ramon Campos.


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