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11'09''01 - September 11

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United Kingdom, France, Egypt · 2002
Rated R · 2h 15m
Director Danis Tanović
Starring Ernest Borgnine, Maryam Karimi, Emmanuelle Laborit, Jérôme Horry
Genre Drama

This international anthology film tells the story of the 9/11 terrorist attacks through the eyes of 11 filmmakers, each from a different country. Released only a year after the tragedy, these 11 short films offer honest, unfiltered reflections on one of the darkest days in American history from a global perspective.

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The New York Times by Dave Kehr

Most impressive, and the only segment that dares to criticize the terrorists directly, is Mr. Imamura's contribution, the last part of the film.


Christian Science Monitor by David Sterritt

They vary enormously in style, quality, and ideas, but the best of them -- by Gitai, Chahine, and Iñárritu, among others -- pack an enormous emotional and intellectual punch.


Variety by Deborah Young

A sober, thought-provoking response to a tragedy of worldwide import and a much better film than one might expect from the pre-release publicity.


Village Voice by Dennis Lim

It's hard to say if this devastating, nakedly exploitative work has a larger point beyond the evocation and infliction of trauma. A repeat viewing might clear that up, but it's an experience I'd rather not relive -- and one that I cannot in good faith recommend to anyone.


New York Daily News by Jami Bernard

Some segments are anti-American, but to concentrate on that is to miss the variety, depth of opinion, and fierceness of the emotions that drive each director.


TV Guide Magazine by Ken Fox

The filmmakers' attempts come to terms with a recent catastrophe of indeterminate meaning but global consequences are often fascinating.


The New Republic by Stanley Kauffmann

Obviously the variety that was bound to result was part of Brigand's plan. The astonishment is that almost all of the assemblage is fascinating, very little is poor, and one segment is superb.

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