A few Days In September

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I watched this movie yesterday on Netflix. It was very good! It is a foreign film (french) about a man who is working for the government who had knowledge about the september 11 attacks and was going to make a large amount of money through connections of his. It is a very mysterious movie that keeps you on the edge. He has two children that did not know they were related until later on in life.

It is a very interesting angle about the 9/11 attacks. Most movies about it focus on the attacks themselves while this one focuses on how it affected people on the other side of the world. Has a very profound message and his daughter said something about Americans that seems to be on the mind of a lot of Europeans these days. Something along the lines of Empires, and how they never last. The United States is not going to either.

I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice film that does not mind reading a few subtitles.

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