"United 93" a Highly Fitting Memorial
- Thursday, September 07, 2006
I can’t help but assume that, however indirectly, Greengrass is trying to say that all religion is the same. And, although I am all too aware of the brokenness and dysfunction that inherits my own faith, I cannot help but disagree. There is evil. But that evil is not religion.
It’s a political movie, to be sure, and it’s interesting that it was made by a Brit. But it’s here and it’s good and it’s a highly fitting memorial to those who perished – especially for those who might forget.
- “United 93:” The Families and the Film – sobering interviews with the families of the passengers and crew
- Feature Commentary – with director Paul Greengrass
- Memorial Pages – 40 written biographies remember the passengers and crew
- Drugs/Alcohol: None.
- Language/Profanity: A handful of obscenities and profanities.
- Sexual Content/Nudity: None.
- Violence: Several people are stabbed and die. Mostly threat of violence and terrorism through dialogue, with no on-screen crashes or explosions.
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