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Worth (2021)


Kenneth Feinberg, a powerful D.C. lawyer appointed Special Master of the 9/11 Fund, fights off the cynicism, bureaucracy, and politics associated with administering government funds and, in doing so, discovers what life is worth.

Worth (2021)

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Released Year: 2021
Runtime: 118 minutes
Genre: Drama, History
Directors: Sara Colangelo
Writers: Max Borenstein
IMDB: Worth (2021)

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Kenneth Feinberg, a powerful D.C. lawyer appointed Special Master of the 9/11 Fund, fights off the cynicism, bureaucracy, and politics associated with administering government funds and, in doing so, discovers what life is worth.

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Reviews


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IndieWire - Kate Erbland
While Worth is most literally concerned with a stupefying question — what is a life worth? — it’s more precisely about the price of calculating such a wrenching ask.
80
The Guardian - Benjamin Lee
It’s all so human and messy and it’s refreshing to see a director that doesn’t shy away from such complexity with Colangelo crafting a film that’s every bit as nuanced as the subject at hand.
80
Slashfilm - Ben Pearson
By humanizing the events of such a huge tragedy, Sara Colangelo shines a light on both the victims and the forgotten bystanders who were left behind, opening that closed-off compartment once more and bringing those folks back to the forefront.
70
The Hollywood Reporter - Todd McCarthy
There are enough diverse personalities in this unexpected film to generate a degree of interest in a subject few have probably ever thought about.
70
Vanity Fair - Richard Lawson
Colangelo grapples with all that is unfixed in this story with wise consideration. Worth finds its ultimate value in accepting what the film, and we, cannot ever determine for certain.

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