a variety of movies and series New television channels are being launched on the eve of the 20th anniversary of 11 September 2001 attacks, taking a different approach as the United States reflects on the day that changed everything.
one of the best projects Worth, a film by Netflix Which tells the story of Kenneth Feinberg, a conciliator played by Michael Keaton, who was charged with developing and administering the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund.
“You talk to some people, you investigate, you know, necessary investigation. And it’s a very instructive and very emotional experience,” Keaton said.
Documentary co-director Steven Rosenbaum the outsiderSaid that his film is different from other films coming out this year. “We think America deserves a free, open and honest conversation about 9/11, and we don’t think we had that,” he said.
Rosenbaum’s film is an intimate look at the disagreements between the 9/11 memorial and museum building and the team over what they did. The museum asked for cuts in some scenes, which the filmmakers did not accept.
“We have made it clear to the filmmakers that we are disappointed by many of their decisions, which we found outrageous to the victims and their families,” spokeswoman Lee Cochran said.
Filmmaker Spike Lee was also criticized NYC Epicenters 9/11-2021½, his new documentary series hbo max. news paper new York Times reported that he involved conspiracy theorists in the film and withdrew from final editing due to the turmoil it caused.