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Published on Sep 28, 2011
It is ten years since the age of terror began in earnest. From the moment the Twin Towers fell, 9/11 was seen as a watershed, a historical turning point of epic, irreversible proportions. Since then we've said, again and again, that 9/11 changed everything and that nothing would ever be the same. Indeed, vast changes have in fact been spawned by 9/11 political, cultural, and sociological; intellectual, emotional, and psychological in New York, throughout America, and around the world. And yet so much about how we live our lives today remains the same as it ever was. 9/11: The Days After builds upon the format established by 102 Minutes That Changed America to examine the legacy of 9/11 — constructing an evocative, engaging and immersive narrative using exclusively archival audiovisual material assembled without contextualizing narration or interviews. The result is an authentic, unflinchingly honest look at what happened after the tragedy -- a chronicle of life in a changed world.