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French public television has put a controversial film about the Bataclan massacre on ice "until all of the victims' groups are consulted".

"Ce soir-la" (That Night), starring Sandrine Bonnaire, is a love story set on the fateful night in November 2015 when Paris was hit by a wave of terror attacks that left 130 people dead.

But Claire Peltier, the partner of one the people murdered at the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan -- where 90 people were slaughtered by jihadist gunmen -- had called for the "scandalous" film to be shelved.

She said it was far too soon for "such a painful" story to be revisited.


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