Inside the Bataclan: Stories from a night of terror
Countless questions continue to be asked about November's terror attacks in Paris.
What was it like to be one of the 1,500 people inside the Bataclan concert hall as three gunmen unleashed the carnage that would ultimately leave 90 fellow concertgoers dead?
How did it feel to lie terrified and injured among the bodies of the fallen just inches from a gunman's boots?
And how does one even begin to recover from such a bloody experience?
Six survivors from the night told their stories to BBC Newsnight's Warwick Harrington.
This report contains content which some viewers will find upsetting.
18 Dec 2015