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When the Arab Spring turns into the Islamist Autumn, activist and journalist Zineb El Rhazoui decides to leave Morocco. In Paris, she finds a new professional family at Charlie Hebdo until the terrorist attack of the 7th of January. Not present at the time, she escaped death. Since then, she became the most protected woman in France. She quickly became a public figure speaking out against radical Islam.. And for her opponents, nothing is forgiven.
Directors duo, Vincent Coen and Guillaume Vandenberghe met each other as teenagers, while they were playing in the same music band. Later, they studied in the same cinema school. They started working together on the same movie projects.
Guillaume Vandenberghe worked on several documentaries as a cameraman. His first personal project, La Lettre au Nègre, was selected at ARTFIFA (Montréal), and his last film, Kill Them All, was showed at the Fine Arts Museum of Ghent.
In collaboration with Pierre Drouot, Vincent Coen wrote a full-length feature documentary called Innocence. He directed the short movies Harstlagen, selected in several festivals (Ghent, Tribeca, Montreal), and Tabu (2009), which benefited from the Centre du Cinéma de la Communauté française.