9/11 The Falling Man (2006) is a film by Henry Singer about the search for a man in a photo taken on the morning of September 11, 2001.
I have watched dozens of documentaries and films about 9/11. This one, though, was very unique. It did not focus on those who perpetrated the act of terror. In fact, I don’t think they were mentioned once. This documentary was solely focused on the victims of that day.
A disturbing image of a man falling from the top floors of the North Tower, printed in a newspaper, and spread across the internet, sparked the undying interest of one man. He set out on a mission to figure out the identity and the story of the “Falling Man”.
Footage of on the ground of eyewitnesses to the attack and encounters with surviving family, friends, and coworkers add a personality to this documentary that the majority of 9/11 based films try to create with hate, revenge, and fear.
I definitely would suggest watching this to everyone. 5/5 stars!