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Controversial Sept. 11 movie is a hit at Venice festival

Document source:
San Francisco Chronicle
Publication date:
2002 Sep 06
Document language:
English
Document type:
article
Number of pages:
1
Source pagination:
D3
Related films:
  • 11'09"01 - September 11 — Chahine, Youssef; Lelouch, Claude; Loach, Ken; Gitai, Amos; Imamura, Shohei; Nair, Mira; Ouedraogo, Idrissa; Penn, Sean; Makhmalbaf, Samira; Iñárritu, Alejandro Gonzáles; Tanovic, Danis — United States; Egypt; France; Iran; Japan; Mexico; Great Britain — 2002
Film country(ies):
Egypt, France, Great Britain, Iran, Japan, Mexico, and United States
Film language(s):
Arabic, English, French, Hebrew, Persian, and Spanish
Film production company:
CIH Shorts, Catherine Dussart Productions, Comme des Cinémas, Films 13, Films de la Plaine, Galatée Films, Générale de Production, Imamura Productions, Makhmalbaf Productions, Misr International Films, Sequence 19 Productions, Sixteen Films, Studio Canal +, and Zeta Film GmbH
Film genre(s):
Anthology, Drama, Feature, Historical, and Political
Film subject(s):
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
  • Terrorism -- New York (State) -- New York
  • World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.)
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