"I Live at Ground Zero" offers a different take on the 9/11 disaster through the eyes of a child.
On September 11, 2001, children living and going to school around the World Trade Center were eye-witnesses to the destruction and senseless loss of life. Isabella, the subject of our film, was nine years old and one of those eye-witnesses. What can we learn from the youth of today about cultural respect and religious tolerance? Can children, who are our future, guide us to a new understanding of our complex post-9/11 world?
"... an honest, touching, and beautiful portrayal of the thoughts and feelings of a young person who witnessed the events of September 11th from her classroom window. The final scene is both moving and profound and hopeful".- Amazon customer review
"In a time of renewed divisiveness regarding the issues of the WTC area,"I Live at Ground Zero" reminds us of the importance of healing". - Amazon customer review
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