MÜNCHEN, BAYERN, DEUTSCHLAND21. SEPTEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV
1. Bildsequenz Robert Hoeckmayr says: "This is what Oktoberfest looked like the next day. As if nothing had happened" (He shows a picture of Oktoberfest then turns the page and shows a photo taken after the attack)2. Halbnahe Robert Hoeckmayr walks into the memorial3. Schwenk von rechts nach links the inscription in memory of the victims and Robert Hoeckmayr in the memorial
4. O-TON 1 - Robert Hoeckmayr, survivor of the Oktoberfest attack in 1980 (Mann, 52 Jahre alt, German, 15 Sek.): "(Just after the bombing, at the entrance of Oktoberfest)It was the most horrible image I've seen in my life. People torn in pieces and everything like a field of ruins. And as a child I didn’t understand what was happening, when you're 12 you don’t think about a bomb. My first thought was that the helium balloon had exploded. Because I knew the helium balloon was filled with gas… That was my first thought. I would have never thought of a bomb."
5. Schwenk von oben nach unten Robert Hoeckmayr, a file in his hands, at the memorial
6. O-TON 2 - Robert Hoeckmayr, survivor of the Oktoberfest attack in 1980 (Mann, 52 Jahre alt, German, 24 Sek.): "I am the only one left in my family, on my father’s side. I am the only son who still lives, all my siblings are dead. The youngest ones did not survive the attack, and my two other siblings killed themselves. My sister when she was 24, 14 years after the attack. And my brother when he was 42, in 2008, he threw himself under a train. They just couldn’t process it anymore. We experienced a bombing attack, we didn't get get any help, whether psychological or therapeutic or whatever, we were left all alone."
7. Schwenk von unten nach oben Robert Hoeckmayr shows his file in the memorial
8. O-TON 3 - Robert Hoeckmayr, survivor of the Oktoberfest attack in 1980 (Mann, 52 Jahre alt, German, 16 Sek.): "I find the result (of the investigation into the attack) satisfying, my question, "why", has been answered. It was a manipulation attempt of the general election, so it was political. Secondly, after 40 years, it has been recognised as a far-right attack, this should have been clear already a long time ago, from which side the attack came."
9. Halbnahe the names of the victims of the attack inscribed on the memorial10. Totale Robert Hoeckmayr in front of the memorial11. Schwenk von rechts nach links Robert Hoeckmayr looks at the memorial dedicated to victims of the attack12. Nah The inscription on the memorial declaring "in memory of the victims of the bomb attack of 26 September 1980"13. Nah the names of Ignaz Platzer and Ilona Platzer, victims of the attack and brothers and sisters of Robert Hoeckmayr, on the memorial