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7/7 Requiem

  • History
  • Drama
  • 2008
  • Kathy Hill
  • 5 mins

Summary

A filmic prayer for world peace made in response to the tragic 7/7 London bombings. Four suicide bombers struck in central London on Thursday 7 July 2005 killing 52 people and injuring more than 770. 3 bombs went off at 08.50 BST on underground trains and one about an hour later on a number 30 double-decker bus at Russell Square. 26 people were killed on the tube at Russell Square and 340 were injured. The bomber was Germaine Lindsay, aged 19. 13 people were killed on the bus at Tavistock Square and 110 were injured. The bomber was Hasib Hussain, aged 18. 7 people were killed on the tube at Aldgate and 171 were injured. The bomber was Shehzad Tanweer, aged 24. 6 people were killed on the tube at Edgeware Road and 163 were injured. The bomber was Mohammad Sidique Khan, aged 30.

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DirectorKathy Hill
ComposerPatrick Wilson

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English
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