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Topic - Thomas Horn
Director Stephen Daldry has brought Sept. 11 drama "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" to the Berlin International Film Festival, saying the film was sensitive to make.
Emotions run high in "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," one of the boldest cinematic tacklings of Sept. 11 yet.
Horn said Friday he didn't really remember that day _ he was 3 at the time _ but "became more emotionally connected to the event" by going to New York and talking to people who had lost relatives.
"Oskar's father is his only window on the world, you might say," Thomas said. "His father is the only person who connects him to everyone else. And his father is the only other person he trusts. So when his father dies, the character needs to find a new way to relate to the world."