Media student Jonathan Murray, from Kirkby, made a short film about his father David, after he returned from Algeria. He'd been scarred by memories of a terrorist attack on the oil refinery where he worked.
Here he talks to Tim Scott about how the film helped strengthen the bond between father and son.
Tributes have been paid to two of the hostages who were killed in Algeria. It has been confirmed Paul Morgan and Garry Barlow who were from Liverpool, died after militants stormed the gas plant where they worked.
The Prime Minister has condemned the attack and paid tribute to all those who lost their lives.
Two men from Merseyside are among the victims of the Algeria hostage crisis.
Garry Barlow, 49, from Liverpool, was a married father of two who was a system supervisor for BP at the In Amenas plant.
Garry’s wife, Lorraine, said:
“Garry was a loving, devoted family man, he loved life and lived it to the full. He was very much loved by myself, his sons, mother and sister and the rest of his family and friends and will be greatly missed. He was very proud of his family, as they were of him."
46-year-old Paul Morgan from Liverpool was also killed.