We retrace Alexei Navalny’s steps in Siberia during the last moments of his "previous" life, in the city of Tomsk where he was poisoned. A few hours later, he would feel what he described as "the kiss of death."
"It was terrifying. I started to feel that I couldn’t breathe anymore," recounts Vladimir Kara-Murza, another opposition figure who was poisoned. Who poisoned Alexei Navalny? Agnes Callamard, the former UN rapporteur on the poisoning, has little doubt.
Featuring interviews with Vladimir Kara-Murza, twice-poisoned Russian opposition member; Agnes Callamard, Amnesty International Secretary General and former UN rapporteur on the poisoning; Ksenia Fadeeva, local official who saw Navalny the day before he was poisoned; Sergei Lavrov (archives), Russian foreign minister; Aric Toler, member of the Bellingcat investigation team; Theresa May, former British prime minister (archives); Russian President Vladimir Putin (archives); Alexei Navalny (archives)