Zero Dark Thirty is the story of the decadelong search for Osama bin Laden, the avowed mastermind of the massacre that occurred in the United States Sept. 11, 2001. The title refers to the local time when the Navy Seals landed at bin Laden’s compound to take him out.
The film is widely publicized as a work of incredible research, with the screenwriter having been intimately acquainted with all the minutiae of the operation from dozens of individuals in government and in the military. However, the film’s representation of the facts is of course mostly inconsequential to our entertainment.
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