Got done watching the film. It was terrific, very moving, extremely well-acted. They did a little bit at the beginning where the passengers' boarding passes were being printed out; smart way of identifying the major participants. The emotional overload came about midway through the picture as they sandwiched in most of the known phone conversations--Todd Beamer's with the lady from Verizon, Jeremy Glick's with his wife, Mark Burnett with his wife, even Mark Bingham's with his mother.
I won't say I enjoyed it, despite the obvious quality and reverence of the production but I was gripped by it. It really was as if for a few hours that day was with us again.
Pam Meister says Flight 93 should be required watching
for every citizen.
BTW, I missed the first showing of this, but tuned in near the end and caught a related hourlong show (The Man Who Predicted 9-11
) on Rick Rescorla, one of the heroes of this blog
. Also highly recommended.