Release Date: 2005
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 30 min
In 2002, Francois Chenu was beaten to death for being gay by three drunk neo-Nazi skinheads who initially planned to beat up an Arab. This documentary follows Chenu's family through the legal process as they come to terms with their loss. Despite their grief, Chenu's parents and sister attempt to understand how the skinheads' difficult childhoods led to their actions. The prosecution constructs its case, preparing to ask for the minimum 20-year sentence.
Director: Olivier Meyrou
Production Co: Hold Up Films, Miss Luna Films