UNITED 93 (2006)









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Brief Movie Synopsis:

The riveting and terrifying story of United Airlines
Flight 93, one of the four U.S. jetliners hijacked by
terrorists on the morning of September 11, 2001.






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"United 93 is easily the most powerful, the most riveting, and the most gut-wrenching film I have ever watched in my lifetime. In what seems very nearly a literal way, Director [Paul] Greengrass has succeeded in placing
every member of the audience on board Flight #93 on the sunny morning
of September 11, 2001. .... A truly phenomenal motion picture."

-- David Von Pein; October 2006







"This is a masterful and heartbreaking film,
and it does honor to the memory of the victims."

-- Roger Ebert; April 28, 2006







"A persuasively narrated, scrupulously tasteful re-creation of the downing of the fourth and final plane hijacked by Islamist terrorists on Sept. 11,
'United 93' is the first Hollywood feature film to take on that dreadful
day. .... 'United 93' not only gives us what happened inside the doomed plane: it also shows us the panic and chaos that seized those tracking air traffic that morning. Perhaps Mr. Greengrass felt it would be unbearably claustrophobic to stay inside the cabin for the 35 minutes between the moments when the hijackers seized and crashed the plane. .... The filmmaker employs a narrative strategy as old as the movies themselves. He tells the story of United 93 through cross-cutting, restlessly and with increasing rapidity moving back and forth between the plane and the F.A.A. and military personnel who are trying to understand what's happening. The film's early, quiet scenes of these men and women preparing for another day of work...are especially effective, since they underscore that before all these people became either heroes or, in the case of the F.A.A., heavies, they were men and women, people, not abstractions."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; April 28, 2006











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