The attack on the New Zealand mosques, in which a white supremacist killed 51 people in March, will be the subject of a film called “Hello brother”.
It’s been two months since the massacre was committed, and already a feature film around Christchurch is in preparation. The attack on New Zealand mosques, in which a white supremacist killed 51 people in March, will be the subject of a film called Hello brother. That’s what his producer announced in Variety on Wednesday.
The film, which will tell the story of a family of refugees who fled to Afghanistan to seek refuge in New Zealand and become victims of carnage, will be produced by Egypt’s Moez Masoud, according to the US magazine. “In Christchurch, on March 15, the whole world witnessed a crime against the nameless Humanity,” he told Variety, adding that his team members are currently in New Zealand. meet survivors and families of victims.