9/11 (2002) is an experimental documentary produced six months after September 11, 2001. Twenty-four students at the University of Michigan sat down to talk, contemplate, cry, analyze, reflect, admire, consider, recall, decry, appreciate, weigh, express, maintain, critique, assess.

One by one, they entered an empty studio and sat in front of a camera and a clock. Alone. They could choose music and images for the background, if they so desired. They could say anything. But they had precisely three minutes. No more. No less. Inspired by Wendy Clarke’s The Love Tapes.