In September 2002, three skinheads were roaming a park in Rheims, France, looking to "do an Arab," when they settled for a gay man instead. Twenty-nine-year-old François Chenu was beaten and drowned. This is the story of his family's response to the crime.
Filmmaker Olivier Meyrou talks about the responses the Chenu family received from François's killers.
A shot of the park where François was killed is onscreen while François's sister narrates what happened.
The Chenu family convene in the park where François was killed and hold a moving candlelight ceremony in his honor.
François's parents read their letter to the three men who killed their son.
Filmmaker Olivier Meyrou talks about the Chenu family, and how he structured his film according to the form of mourning.