I screened this at a friend of mine's house. He was a bit of a conspiracy guy so I was expecting a documentary from a nutso. It's actually a fictional account of a Pentagon worker who witnessed the event. And what his eyes saw doesn't jive with what the official story says. Problem is, Major Stanley Kruter has been on medication and in therapy in the past. This clouds the whole issue of what he saw, but it is not unlike what is happening today where a growing number of people are examining the evidence for themselves and daring to believe the science of it all. In short, it's a good effort from a truly independent filmmaker. The acting is just as good as a theatrical release you might plunk 10 dollars for tickets and 20 in concessions for. I say check it out if you are too afraid of broaching the documentaries. Maybe it will motivate you to search for your own truth. Or you just may enjoy a good movie.
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