New 9/11 Feature Film Premieres in Los Angeles

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After watching Severe Visibility audiences will no doubt be divisive in regard to what the film is more than implying. But it can arguably be said that you will be thinking about this implication for some time to come.

After several delays the 9/11 feature film Severe Visibility will have its American premiere at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival in Los Angeles on September 30th, 2007. The film has been on a roller-coaster ride since the beginning of production in 2006.

"It's been very difficult getting this film out to the public," says director/writer Paul Cross, who is also the film's star. "It seems that the volatile message that the film delivers has been difficult for some people to deal with. But now that there are so many studio films with major stars and directors regarding the Iraq war making an impact at film festivals and due for release over the next several months, it seems the time for Severe Visibility has arrived."

Severe Visibility deals with the suggestion that something other then an American Airlines 757 hit the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. The real message of his film, Cross says, is what do you do when your patriotism is challenged? Do you play ostrich and bury your head in the sand in order to avoid confronting your conscience and political ideals, or do you use your patriotism to do something about what you really believe in?

Although the film is rampant with political intrigue and conspiracy in the end, however, it is about looking in a mirror and asking some potentially life-altering questions.

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