I saw the commercial for this last night and couldn't believe that they were really saying that was the title. Today I read that while many family members of those who died are supporting the movie, others aren't. Oliver Stone made the movie and said one firefighter widow in particular is completely opposed to the movie, but he said, "I can understand why she would be upset; this goes on in movies a lot but you have to do these things sometimes because they're important. It's a healthy movie, a clean movie. It doesn't offend. It can hurt, it can be hard to go through, you can cry but I think you'll come out cleaned and healed. There's something to be said about facing the fears, confronting them, demythologizing them." I just can't imagine watching this movie, not now, I don't know if ever. I would have to admit, though, that I would feel better about it if the profits were going to family members, not in his pocket.