Synopsis22 March 2016, Brussels. It was a day that reverberated across the capital and the country. Bomb attacks shattered the airport and a metro station. In an instant the city was left with a gaping wound. How did the people of Brussels live through this day? Narrating from the perspectives of seven characters, Sven Gatz relives this dark day. Wandering from Molenbeek to Maalbeek, he uncovers the soul of Brussels.
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Sven Gatz (1967) is a liberal politician from Brussels. He is the Flemish minister for Culture, Media, Youth and Brussels, and has written several books on Brussels, politics and beer.
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