ACF 9/11 Edition: World Trade Center (2006)


Friends, for the 20th anniversary of 9/11, I have some sober reflections on Oliver Stone’s fine, patriotic movie about the virtues of the middle-class men and women of America. It’s the first podcast, you will notice, that I have done alone. I hope I do not sound too grave, but thinking about this matter has had an effect on me.


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  1. Brian Watt Member
    Brian Watt

    Even though one can disagree over Stone’s politics, as a filmmaker he is a master craftsman. The subject matter and the lives and the deep religious faith of the first responders portrayed in the film are conveyed with the greatest respect. It’s a profoundly moving film.

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  2. Titus Techera Contributor
    Titus Techera

    Yes & yes!

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