September 5, 1972. The darkest day in sports history. Some 900 million sports fans tune in to watchthe Olympics on TV. Instead, they see the most shocking scenes unfold… Academy AwardÂ(r) winner William Holden (Best Actor 1953, Stalag 17) and Academy AwardÂ(r) nominee Shirley Knight (Best Supporting Actress Nominee 1962, Sweet Bird of Youth) turn this real-life catastrophic event into a mesmerizing story of suspense, anger and disbelief. The perpetrators wear tracksuits, but they are anything but athletes. Known as Black September, these Arab terrorists storm the Olympic village before dawn andtake the Israeli team hostage. They make their demands as the minutes tick by. But from this point on, it isn’t about who takes home the gold. It’s about who comes home at all.