Civilians are seen passing through the otherwise-empty station before gunshots ring out. Seconds later, surveillance reveals men and women running in different directions, except for an Eritrean man and an Israeli soldier who lie semiconscious on the floor.
What happens next will leave you in shock: Soldiers and officers take turns kicking and beating the 29-year-old Eritrean until paramedics arrive.
Although the interviews within the documentary are repetitive, they help shape the perception of the incident and provide background as to what took place.
Still, the documentary leaves much to ponder, such as who the Eritrean was, what led officers to identify him as a terrorist among a large crowd, and how the incident is being handled in Israel today.
Viewers must interpret the crime scene themselves and separate fact from fiction as they try to piece together the terrorist attack and its aftermath. The award-winning documentary is enthralling and a must-see.