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Cameraman confirms: images of train accident Buizingen is correctly purchased by Netflix
Film The creators of ‘Death Note’, the film in which aerial shots of the train accident in Buizingen to see, which images are actually on a correction way purchased to use them. The statues were created by the Belgian cameraman Wim Robberechts, which they offered through a digital image database. That writes The Standard.

There was the last days very what to do to the conscious images of the train accident in Buizingen on 15 February 2010 that are popping up in the Netflix movie ‘Death Note’. “There is nothing asked”, responded the NMBS horrified. “This is a complete lack of respect. Disgusting.”

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“This is unheard of,” was it also with Anita Mahy. She survived the accident and wants to file a complaint. “That may not be such a thing, that is the train accident reduced to fiction.”

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According to The Standard the images were, however, a correct way bought. They were made by the Flemish Wim Robberechts, that his own company runs that specializes in aerial photography and video. “On February 17, 2010, two days after the disaster, I was in the neighborhood for pictures with a helicopter. I am then going to have a look to create pictures that the news channels you could use,” says Robberechts. “But RTL is the only one who bought them and sent.”

the images are still sold to get, he put them through an international agent on a digital image bank. “As a film producer images of a train accident, then tap ‘train accident’ in that site, and he will immediately find yourself at the images I have in Buizingen've made”, it sounds. “That producer has not done anything wrong. He has nicely paid, and that data bank is not a news agency, there is no restriction against use in fiction”.


The cameraman understands that viewers will be shocked responded. “There are no victims, no one is identifiable, you only see a few firemen. But still, I have never thought that they ever in such a context, it would appear. I would certainly apologise to anyone who meant to hurt.”

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