November 13 Attack in Paris review

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November 13: Attack on Paris (2018)

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November 13: Attack on Paris is a Netflix Original three-part documentary series. Each episode is nearly 60-minutes long.

 

November 13: Attack on Paris is currently streaming worldwide on Netflix.

 

The spoken language is French, and Netflix offers subtitles in several languages, including German, Spanish and Italian. There may be more language options available in your area.

 

November 13: Attack on Paris is rated TV-MA.  This series contains mature subject matter.

 

November 13: Attack on Paris, in short, is serious, and in-depth. The story is told by witnesses, survivors, hostages, and first responders.  This documentary is worth every minute of your time.

A witness, who wants to remain anonymous, that was inside Bataclan tells his story. Episode 2 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris

A witness, who wants to remain anonymous, that was inside Bataclan tells his story. Episode 2 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris. (Source: Netflix)

the opinion:

I think what makes a good documentary even better is when there is an absence of a narrator. IMAO, a documentary should be told by the people who know the subject matter. Really know it. A faceless voice reading from a script rarely works. That’s not how you tell a story.

 

November 13: Attack on Paris is a first-person account of the 2015 shootings and suicide bombings that started at a soccer game and ended at music club. 130 innocents died in the attacks that lasted nearly 4-hours.

 

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right from the heart...

Cyril was in front of the stage when terrorists started shooting inside Bataclan. Episode 2 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris

Cyril was in front of the stage when terrorists started shooting inside Bataclan. Episode 2 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris. (Source: Netflix)

More than 2-dozen witnesses and survivors recount the horrors, often in chilling detail, staring directly into the camera lens. You feel like they’re talking to you and you’re the only ones in the room. It’s that intimate. You’re drawn to them; intrigued and yet morbidly fascinated at the same time. You want to know more - but you don’t. You feel their pain. You want to give them a hug and tell them, “It’s safe now.”

 

But is it? Safe now?

 

First responders talk of the dead and wounded and the fear they faced wondering if the worst is over or yet to come. Phone calls continue coming in. Reports of bombs and gunfire and yet another attack just down the street.

so what i'm saying is this...

David was in La Belle Equipe during the attack episode 1 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris

David was in La Belle Equipe during the attack episode 1 of the 3-part docuseries November 13: Attack on Paris. (Source: Netflix)

The interviews…no, check that, the conversations the survivors, hostages, and first responders have with you are frightening. Hearing them will give you goose-flesh.

 

This doc is damn near perfect and hard to turn away from.

 

This is how you tell a story. - Nick Runyeard

 

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series & technical details

 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix

 GENRES:

docuseries / history

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA

 WRITER:

Gédéon Naudet, Jules Naudet

 DIRECTOR:

Gédéon Naudet, Jules Naudet

 SEASONS:

1

 EPISODES:

3

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 47 to 56 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

161 binge minutes

 ASPECT RATIO:

2.00 : 1

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

French (various subtitle & alternate language dubbing also available)

 CAMERA:

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 PROCESS:

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business details

 PRODUCTION:

Netflix

 DISTRIBUTION:

Netflix

 RELEASE DATES:

1 Jun. 2018

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

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worth noting

 NEWS:

- same directors that did "Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs" & "9/11: 10 Years Later."

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November 13: Attack on Paris features Denis Safran; Barouyr; Benoit; Philippe Boutinaud; Bernard Cazeneuve; Christophe; David; Florian; Anne Hidalgo; François Hollande; Jean-Luc; Jimmy; Jérôme; Line; Bley Bilal Mokono; Christophe Molmy; Nina; Grégory Reibenberg; Stanislas; Salim Toorabally; Vincent; Arnaud; Caroline; Cyril; Gregory; Marie; Stephane; Valerie; Yann, and more!

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I used to be the guy who did that thing on the show you never heard of. Now I'm Head Nincompoop here, writing about binge-watching.

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