The Falling Man is a documentary that examines one of the many images that were circulated by the press immediately after the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. The ... See full summary »
This unprecedented and exclusive insider's account by filmmaker James Hanlon and Gedeon and Jules Naudet of the World TradeCenter attack, which contains the only known footage of the first ... See full summary »
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ZERO: An Investigation into 9/11, has one central thesis - that the official version of the events surrounding the attacks on 9/11 can not be true. This brand new feature documentary explores the latest scientific evidence and reveals dramatic new witness testimony, which directly conflicts with the US Government's account. Featuring presentations from intellectual heavy weights; Gore Vidal, and Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo, the film challenges assumptions surrounding the attacks. In the words of the Italian daily newspaper, Il Corriere de da Sera, "What results is a sequence of contradictions, gaps, and omissions of stunning gravity." The importance of this film can not be overstated, if its thesis is correct, the justification for declaring the war on terror is built on a series of outrageous lies. Written by
When I watched this I was not expecting much, but continued to grow more impressed during my viewing. It is artful; in fact I would even say musical. It has an ebb and flow that, out of the drama, calms the senses and encourages. It also shows the tremendous variety of accomplished, esteemed persons who feel strongly that 9-11 should be given unbiased examination. In fact, the people responsible for this film include members of the European Parliament, and this film was screened at the European Parliament.
On the other hand, when you read an emotional outburst from one of those demanding we not investigate 911, especially commentary from one of those that is inaccurately termed a "film review", you can immediately see through to the malicious intent. It may be nothing more than the desperate, angry refusal to come to know the complicated truths of our modern society, or it may be something else less than honorable. At any rate it is not the least bit open or honest. To believe everything that big corporate media says, or government for that matter, would obviously be stupid, since corporations and governments by their nature have vested interests, and so are in their very essence biased. So that CAN'T be the logical premise these characters who scoff at such films are holding to. What premises they espouse are emotion-oriented and that is hardly capable of stopping the traffic of people waking up to the modern reality of social engineering, conflict instigation, etc. Even if the official story is purposefully flawed to protect incompetence, even that is still enough of a reason to continue to investigate. Some wish to stay behind and avoid the ramifications for now, but with the dramatically unfolding events such as international bank consolidation and market manipulation, a greater number of people are awake and aware now than ever before; just not sure yet how to respond. And that's where films of this quality can help, because this form of creative work is not hostile, but instead is soul searching.
So back to the film. The film starts out from the perspective of a person who lived through it and walked down the stairs through the burning section of the 2nd tower to be struck. It proceeds to cover the vantage of the janitor who had the only key, and who let the firemen up. (This individual witnessed the bombs in the basement, and 20-odd injured but living victims, who were given as names of witnesses, only to never be interviewed).
Following are numerous knowledgeable persons accounts of why the official version of the Pentagon attacks is so problematic, most of which are perspectives we have not seen before.
I can only say, finally, that this is the one documentary that employs enough reserve when presenting information to get home to those unfamiliar with the technical details. It deserves enormous credit for that accomplishment. A great, timely work. Watch and learn.
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