One Day In September
|One Day In September [DVD] (1999) DVD|
Powerful and compelling Oscar-winning look at the 1972 Olympics and the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes after being held hostage in Munich's Olympic village by Palestinian extremists. The film traces the disastrous events that occurred on Sept. 5, 1972 and the motives of the terrorists through incredible newsreel footage, interviews with relatives of the athletes and officials, and testimony from Jamal al-Gashey, the sole surviving hostage-taker. Narrated by Michael Douglas. 97 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround, German Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English.
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One Day In September - CastMichael Douglas... Himself/Narrator (voice)
Ankie Spitzer... Herself
Jamal Al Gashey... Himself
Gerald Seymour... Himself
Axel Springer... Himself
Gad Zahari... Himself
Shmuel Lalkin... Himself
Manfred Schreiber... Himself
Walter Troger... Himself
Ulrich K. Wegener... Himself
Hans-Dietrich Genscher... Himself
Schlomit Romajo... Herself
Magdi Gahary... Himself
Zvi Zamir... Himself
Dan Shillon... Himself
Kevin Macdonald... Film Director
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One Day In September [DVD] (1999) DVD
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Nine-disc boxed set includes "American Dream," "Behind the Sun," "Black and White in Color," "The Sky Above, The Mud Below," "A Brief Vacation," "Central Station," "Dangerous Moves," "The Garden of the Finzi-Continis," "One Day in September," and "Two Bits."