Audiences divided over 9/11 films

Trailers for movies rarely offer much more than an indication of what films you may wish to miss in the next month.

22nd April, 2006

Trailers for movies rarely offer much more than an indication of what films you may wish to miss in the next month. In recent days, however, American audiences have seen a very different kind of preview of a very different kind of movie.

Not everyone has appreciated the trailer for United 93, the first of several 9/11 films to be released to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the attacks on New York and Washington.

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