"Incontrovertible " A Review of a new 9/11 Film

London Premiere of new 9/11 film 'Incontrovertible'


On November 9th the new film 'Incontrovertible' was premiered in a small movie theatre in South London in front of a sold out audience. It has since also been shown in a special viewing to
media students at The Great Northern Creative Festival at The University of Central Lancashire. At both viewings the audience reaction to this film has been overwhelmingly positive and can now be viewed at http://www.incontrovertible911evidence.co.uk/?p=films

Directed by British film maker Tony Rooke, 'Incontrovertible' is a film about the events of 9/11 which is aimed specifically at
educating and challenging the views of military and police officers on the issue of 9/11.It is a powerfully emotive film which includes much information, evidence, and viewpoints from military personnel, police officers, firefighters, and leading political figures which gives it an air of great authenticity, credibility, and emotion.  In Tony Rooke's own words, "it is a film which is delivered by our military and police, for our military and
police".  Rooke says that "our military officers and police officers have a right and a duty to see the real evidence about 9/11 that has been deliberately withheld from them by our politicians and our mainstream media".  The objective of making this film is to have it
viewed by at least 6,000 police officers or military officers in the UK, which is roughly 10% of the servicemen in the UK, as well as
many servicemen in the US and other countries.
With the film being narrated by veteran British actor Michael Culver, best known for his significant role in the original Star Wars trilogy, it gives 'Incontrovertible' an even more powerful and emotive feel.  A major focus of the film is based around UK citizen Matt Campbell who lost his brother in the North Tower in the 9/11 attacks.  Mr Campbell has spent the past seven years exploring all possible avenues to have what he calls a real investigation into the incontrovertible evidence now available about who really murdered his brother, including taking his evidence to the highest levels of US and UK governments, as well as UK police and UK media.  Following the film's premiere Mr Campbell stated that "The official narrative of 9/11 is a lie. This film will send a shock wave to everyone in law enforcement. We need their help to expose the lies of government and to arrest the real perpetrators who are being protected by cowardly politicians and a complicit main stream media."
Leading political figures to feature in the film in support of the position that Mr Campbell has taken include former President of the Italian Supreme Court, Ferdinando Imposimato, and former US Congresswoman and 2008 US Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney.
Attending the London premiere was world renowned 9/11 researcher and activist Dr Niels Harrit, Associate Professor of Chemistry at
Copenhagen University.  Dr Harrit described 'Incontrovertible'as"Moving and informative! A monumental achievement.  It will definitely have great impact on the target group and far beyond."
Joe Gill, journalist for Middle East Eye said "The strength of the film is in distilling the vast amount of technical, video and
witness statement evidence collected around 9/11 into a digestible form that manages to convince cumulatively thatthere are still questions  to answer"

Audience member Dirg Aab Richards described thefilm as " A very powerful film to open the eyes of the public who remain complacent to the issues. Highly recommended" .

Whether you are new to the subject of alternative information and evidence about 9/11 or not, 'Incontrovertible' is well worth viewing and isan extremely thought provoking and emotive production.

Anyone wishing to purchase copies of 'Incontrovertible' can do so at