The first ever film that will project the miseries of the shootout at the Christchurch is under construction now. It will connect the stores who died during the attack and those who survived the destruction in Afghanistan.
A film called Hello Brother is in pipeline, the film will be helmed by Moez Masoud. It will mainly deal with the Afghanistan based terror attack that broke out in Christchurch mosque on March 15th.
The attack left 51 people dead who were praying in the mosque and around a couple of dozens were seriously injured during the attack. The attack becomes even worse when one of the shooters live streamed a part of the shootout in a leading social media platform.
According to sources, the film will deal with a family in Afghanistan facing death and deconstruction and managed to escape alive. The film’s story will likely connect with the Christchurch mosque attack. The title of the film is based on the last words of one of the victims at the mosque.
In an interview, Masoud said, “In Christchurch, on March 15, the world witnessed an unspeakable crime against humanity. The story that Hello Brother will bring to audiences is just one step in the healing process so that we might all better understand each other, and the root causes of hatred, racism, supremacy, and terrorism.”
The film is said to be produced under Masoud’s Academic Pictures banner and it is said to be the first of a kind film that will be based on Christchurch attack.
Masoud has produced films like Clash and Brotherhood which have marked their presence in International cinema platform.