“J. P., 16 years old, shot” is a collection of 34 texts written by teenagers from the St-Benoît school in Habay-la-Neuve and the Athénée Royal in Izel. Their stories were inspired by the tragedy experienced in Rossignol in 1914. The goal is the passing on of local memory. We look at history as seen through the eyes of a young boy of 16 years who will later be shot by the Germans on August 26, 1914.
Through the journey of four student filmmakers and their professor who follow in the footsteps of their forefathers in the Land of Memory.I discover