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A nine-year-old amateur inventor, Francophile, and pacifist searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Should be viewed by all and openly discussed with our politicians.
As a 911 family member, I have seen and heard just about everything, I thought. But Linda has managed to put together a moving, compelling, provoking, disturbing, and telling true story of the before, during and after of 911. Her efforts are almost overshadowed by the efforts of the 911 family members who fought so long and hard to get a 911 Commission. This documentary leaves me with hope that more will be done, that there is hope for a bright future, and that there are still so many good and kind and loving people out there. But it also leaves me with questions about the future. Not my future for I am getting into my golden years now. It is for my children and grandchildren that I worry. This film begs the questions such as "Will anyone stand up and be accountable anymore?" "Will politicians continue to worry about getting votes more than providing us a secure place to live?" "Is profit really the end-all for corporate America or can these giants finally learn how to manage the bottom line and still provide security when needed for the Americna public?" See the film and start asking your own questions. Or better yet, start asking your Congress-person and Senator. To Linda and the 911 Family members who worked so hard to help so many, my thanks for honoring my wife and the thousands of others lost on that fateful day in September of 2001. God Bless.
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