Reviewed by sharonmae
on 11/03/2016 02:15

I'd like to think that the voice of the father speaking thru the phone's answering machine  was spoken by a real person who was trapped in one of those buildings during the 9/11 attack, because I feel a genuine melancholic tone and a sense of worry and uncertainty in it.  As scenes unfold  one can sense a daughter's longing to  "bring back time"  as depicted in scenes where it seems to rewind, back to when the father was still at home just before going to work on that fateful day.  In part, this film echoes the thoughts and feelings  of  grieving loved ones who  feel a sense of  regret and guilt.   Emotional and  poignant...