Shared September 7, 2018
With the anniversary of 9/11 approaching, this week’s Op-Doc is “Footprint: Where the Towers Stood,” by Sara Newens. The film paints an intimate portrait of one day’s visitors to the 9/11 Memorial — and the ways grief, curiosity and everyday life mix and coexist. It’s a profound exploration of a public space designed to sustain and extend public memory.
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