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On September 11, 2001, the world was paralyzed by the four attacks carried out against the United States , which took the lives of up to 3,000 people, the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York and extensive damage to the Pentagon. Two decades later, Netflix pays tribute to the victims of the tragic event, perpetrated by the terrorist gang Al Qaeda, through its new documentary series Decisive Moments: 9/11 and the War on Terrorism .
Director Brian Knappenberger , known for his previous work on The Aaron Swartz Story. The boy from the Internet and The trials of Gabriel Fernández , has been in charge of immersing himself in the bowels of the history of Al Qaeda . The series haunts the group from its beginnings in the 1980s to the subsequent response of the United States to the bloody events that occurred in its own territory.
An analysis of the situation in the countries of the Middle East through various unpublished interviews with US military veterans and former members of the CIA , as well as soldiers from the Afghan National Army and civilians from the Asian country. A complicated situation that lasts to this day and that could also explain the reason for the current situation in the country, with thousands of displaced people and a new Taliban government.
The five-episode documentary also gives a voice to the survivors of a massacre that injured more than 25,000 people , many with irreversible injuries. 20 years later, the pain of the families of the victims and those affected continues just as intense, boosted by the incomprehension of an event that was never fully understood and still creates stupefaction among society.