Mij Overkomt Het Niet

Fatma Taspinar speaks with six people who unintentionally caused an accident, and who have to go through life as perpetrators or "culprits". They feel responsible for what happened. How do they deal with this? Fatma talks to victims, next of kin, social workers, prosecutors and judges about guilt and feeling guilty.

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Fatma Taspinar speaks with six people who unintentionally caused an accident, and who have to go through life as perpetrators or "culprits". They feel responsible for what happened. How do they deal with this? Fatma talks to victims, next of kin, social workers, prosecutors and judges about guilt and feeling guilty.

ClientS

VRT

één

Year

2018

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What if, from one day to the next, you have to go through life as an offender? Last year, this question in "Mij overkomt het niet" (It won't happen to me) kept almost 900,000 viewers busy every week. In the second season, Fatma Taspinar once again raises this question to six people it once happened to. They unintentionally caused an accident and have to deal with the realisation that they are (partly) responsible for someone else's death. Fatma also talks to family members, next of kin, judges, prosecutors and social workers about guilt and feelings of guilt, and how you live on after such a disruptive event.

Een hartverscheurend verhaal.

Het Laatste Nieuws

Een gegarandeerde stomp in de maag, waarbij ik me de hele tijd zit af vragen: hoeveel pech kan een mens hebben? Met wie moet ik nu het meest inzitten?

Robin Broos

Journalist voor De Morgen

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