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In the midst of the most devastating attack in American history on US soil, President George W. Bush finds himself in a South Florida classroom with a group of elementary school children. Nearly 20 years later, filmmaker Elizabeth St. Phillip follows these now-grown students and their journey into young adulthood. With their formative years framed by a devastating terrorist attack, the lives of these children provide an insightful look into race and class in America.
Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Director/Co-Producer Elizabeth St. Philip, Producer Steve Gamester, immediately following the film.