Nearly 30 years after the fall of Germany's notorious Baader-Meinhof Gang, surviving participants from both sides of the kidnapping and hijacking drama recall the heart-stopping events that had Germany and the world on edge for over one month. The events in October 1977 became the starting point for a wave of terrorism that has continued into the 21st century.

2006 Best Documentary, Directors Guild of Canada
Nominated for Gemini Best Historical Documentary Series

"Becker manages to bring both terrorists and victims together. A fascinating blueprint for dealing with future terrorist threads."
Bill Brioux, Toronto Sun

"Becker has scored a real coup. Nothing could be more relevant. Explains where terrorism comes from and how states should react. The must see program of the week." Jim Bawden, Starweek