Loose Change Final Cut sets out to prove the official story of 9/11 - 'that the impact of two planes flying into two World Trade Center towers and the resulting fires caused three World ... See full synopsis »
Affectionate portrait of Tim "Speed" Levitch, a tour guide for Manhattan's Gray Line double-decker buses. He talks fast, is in love with the city, and dispenses historical facts, ... See full summary »
The "500 interviews done with the fire department [and paramedics, and emergency medical technicians] right after 9/11" mentioned by Sally Regenhard and often referred to as "World Trade Center Task Force Interviews" or "Oral Histories" were made public on Aug. 12, 2005, and published by The New York Times. See more »
[of the 9/11-Commission]
was eventually raised to 14 million Dollars, but the investigation was also given less time than they had wanted: a year and a half.
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This was an amazing documentary! I've seen Loose Change and several other documentaries that imply the same things as this one, however (no offense Dylan Avery) none of the documentaries that have come before this have been so professionally produced and edited. This one actually cites the SOURCE of the information. They not only speak to family members and witnesses but, as I said, they provide credible sources for every bit of data they produce. This is a documentary based in FACT and not Fantasy. It raises real questions and provides real proof. The people of our country should DEMAND answers.
On a side note I find it a bit interesting, and insulting that IMDb places this at the bottom of the page for this title: "Recommendations If you like this title, we also recommend...
Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us (2005) (TV)" Please... this is NOT science fiction and we do not run around wearing tin foil hats and camping out at area 51. That is ridiculous and insulting. Imagine how the family members in this documentary would feel knowing that some people consider their cause to be equal to some UFO Sci-Fi garbage.
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