United States / France 2017, 84 min, English and French, Hebrew & English subtitles

Behind their tough rocker exterior, the members of Eagles of Death Metal turn out to be very sensitive men, unafraid to share their emotional pain with their audience. Their Paris show in November 2015 was interrupted by armed terrorists who opened fire, killing 89 people and injuring hundreds, and eventually blew themselves up. Three months later, the California band returns to Paris to complete the unfinished concert with renewed force. The band members are under enormous emotional stress, but they feel obligated to the surviving fans who lived through the ordeal with them. Lead singer Jesse Hughes is having a particularly hard time recovering, but he finds solace in his close relationship with childhood friend Josh Homme, who encouraged him to start the band.


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Director: Colin Hanks
Production: Sean Stuart, Heather Parry
Production Company: Company Name, Live Nation Productions
Editing: Darrin Roberts
Cinematography: Boyd Hobbs
Music: Alain Johannes
World Sales: Ben Braun (ben@submarine.com)


Colin Hanks is an actor and director. He has appeared in numerous films, most recently, Elvis & Nixon, and is currently staring in CBS’s "Life in Pieces". Colin's first documentary, All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records, triumphantly premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival.