If you're looking for an account of this event purely from an emotional Israeli viewpoint, this video is for you. If you're looking for an unbiased presentation of pertinent facts, find another documentary.
The documentary goes to great lengths to present Jewish emotions surrounding this tragedy, from description of the psychological difficulties the athletes faced in returning to Germany after the Holocaust, to the emotional trauma Israel experienced when the athletes were taken hostage. Such reporting is insightful, however, the documentary didn't even mention the Palestinian gunmen's motives for doing what they did. While interviews of Israeli family members included discussion about them immigrating to Palestine where "there was really nothing," no mention was made of the fact that the Israeli occupation fuelled this tragic event.
At the end of the documentary, the film transitions from images of masked Palestinian gunmen in Munich to airliners flying into the World Trade Center on 9/11, implying the two had some connection. The only transition between these images was the narrator saying, "These demons have yet to be exorcised." An uninformed viewer may likely draw the conclusion that Palestinian terrorism was behind 9/11, an irresponsible and misleading implication for a "documentary."