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Oliver Stone's Take on the Sept. 11 Tragedy

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Oliver Stone's Take on the Sept. 11 Tragedy

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Oliver Stone's Take on the Sept. 11 Tragedy

Oliver Stone's Take on the Sept. 11 Tragedy

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Michael Pena in 'World Trade Center'

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Oliver Stone's new film World Trade Center, starring Nicolas Cage and Michael Pena, follows two Port Authority policemen trapped in the rubble of the towers. Our critic says the film raises a lot of questions about how we grieve.

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