A timely examination of an atrocity.
...successfully deconstructs the complicated events leading up to what happened on 9/11, and how it irrevocably changed the way we saw the world at the beginning of a new century.
It blends the whole concept of facts with emotions with pacy editing this gives an enjoyable watching experience.
Interviews and archival recordings chronicle the chaos that unfolded during the 9/11 attacks, whose origins can be traced to the 1980s.
Survivors recount the horrors they endured on 9/11; immediately after the attacks, President George W. Bush begins charting an aggressive military response.
Learning the hijackers benefited from gaps in U.S. intelligence, the White House justifies a secret surveillance program and "enhanced interrogation."
With no cohesive strategy, the war in Afghanistan squanders early successes, fueling disillusionment, corruption and a Taliban resurgence.
After two decades, the United States aims to end its longest-ever war, but its withdrawal threatens to plunge Afghanistan back into repressive, bloody violence.