I was only 6 years old when the events of the 9/11 attacks took place and growing up, I never fully understood it. It wasn't until this film that I really began to realise the effects of the disaster and how much pain and sadness they caused. One moment that really struck me is during an argument between the helpless civilians, when one man questions why everyone is fighting amongst themselves. The woman quickly speaks out to the man, stating that they have every reason to argue, but instead of breaking out into a fight, the two embrace each other. That scene still sticks by me to this two because it helps me see that, during times of crisis and despair, we can still manage to put or religious or political views behind us and unite as one.