Kinepolis commemorates tomorrow – Friday november 9 – the victims of the Gang of Nivelles, with 28 empty seats during the three screenings of the film ‘don’t shoot’ in hall 8 of the Kinepolis Antwerp. That day will be exactly 33 years ago that the Gang of Nivelles and the last, but at the same time most bloody robbery commited in the Delhaize in Aalst.
The film ‘don’t Shoot’ by Stijn Coninx follows the story of the Gang of Nivelles, from the point of view of the grandfather of David From the Stone, the survivor of the last attack on the department store Delhaize in Aalst on 9 november 1985. The role of the grandfather is played by Jan Decleir, Viviane De Muynck creeps into the skin of the grandmother. The Stone lost both his parents and sister in the attack.
Today-only to find 20 hours in Kinepolis Antwerp for the first performance of ‘don’t shoot’ will take place with the 28 empty seats. Of the Stone will be present, just as Patricia Finné, the daughter of Léon Finné who lost his life in the attack on a Delhaize in Overijse. They will in addition to the empty chairs of their family members to take a seat. “This is to remember the victims and especially to the large public support for their struggle and call for answers and justice,” says Kinepolis in a press release. Also tomorrow so will be during the performances of 14.15 pm, 17.30 pm and 20.30 pm the 28 seats remain empty.
Room 8 of Kinepolis Antwerp is the largest hall of Flanders.