September 11, 2001, has been recorded in history when four planes hijacked by members of the Al Qaeda were used to attack symbolic buildings of the power of USA, a fact that the film industry has taken with responsibility to make known to the world about this tragic event.
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They were 19 men who hijacked the four commercial airliners fueled for flights across the country, to carry out a terrorist attack in USA, organized by the leader of Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden.
Given this, six months after the terrorist attack, March 10, 2002 the documentary ‘9/11’ was released, under the direction of Jules Naudent, the first audiovisual piece that was presented by the chain CBS, and with the driving of Robert de Niro and that was issued in 103 countries, only in that year.
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A year later, in full commemoration of the first anniversary of the fall of the Twin Towers, the collective film with 11 11-minute stories from 11 different directors, among them Alejandro González Iñarritu and Sean Penn, call 11’09′01′-September 11.
This film, apart from showing the face of the victims and the drama they lived, also exposed how the racism and xenophobia against Muslims had spread to all the states of USA. Next, we leave you a list of films and documentaries that the web portal ‘El Colombiano’ compiled, where you can see to learn more about this unfortunate event.
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Movies to remember the fall of the Twin Towers
The 11-S It was a tragic day for America, so the cinema decided to capture the events in films so that the world knows what happened.
- The Hamburg Cell (2004) made by the channels Channel 4 (UK) and CBC (Canada).
- Turning Point, a five-episode series that is available on Netflix.
- Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) del director Michael Moore.
- United 93 (2006), by Paul Greengrass
- Zero dark thirty (2012), available in Netflix
- Loose Change (2005 y 2009), saga directed by Dylan Avery.
- World Trade Center (2005), by Olivier Stone.
- 911: on the site map (2006) Directed by William Lewis.
- My name is Khan (2010), de Karan Johar.
- Dear John (2010), by Lasse Hallström.
- Remember me (2010), by Allen Coulter.
- Extremely Lound and Incredibly (2011), de Stephen Daldry.
- I Pet Goat II (2012), by Louis Lefebvre.
- 12 Strong (2018) Directed by Nicolai Fuglsig.
- Windows on the world (2019), by Michael D. Olmos.
- Worth (2021), the Sara Colangelo.
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