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Bryan Fogel | US | 2020 | 119 min | Arabic, Turkish, English
Bryan Fogel | US | 2020 | 119 min | Arabic, Turkish, English
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His name was known around the world: Jamal Khashoggi. In 2018, the Saudi Arabian journalist entered his country's consulate in Istanbul – and did not leave alive. The Saudi government acknowledged Khashoggi's killing. Bryan Fogel's film reconstructs the events and raises the question: Why did Khashoggi have to die? The journalist largely supported the young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his reforms to modernize the country. There was only one thing he criticized: that in the kingdom, only the ruler's opinion is valid. Khashoggi said he was not calling for democracy, just that the people be allowed to speak.

Live Stream of the Q&A

19.09. | 20:30 | BUFA

Followed by a Q&A with Lina al-Hathloul

23.09. | 19:00 | ACUDkino

Followed by a Q&A with Uma Mishra (social justice & women's rights leader, co-author "Loujain Dreams of Sunflowers") and Isabel Desola (Martin Ennals Award)