Lana (Michelle Williams) returns to a hypersensitive, paranoid America from a life abroad. She is in search of her mother's estranged brother, a deeply-scarred Vietnam vet. Before they really even know each other, Lana—a returned emigré with a social conscious—and her Uncle Paul—a self-appointed one-man anti-terror squad—witness a horrific drive-by shooting. In the shadow of September 11 and the War on Terror these two must reconcile with each other and their vastly different world-views.
Conceived and shot in under three months, for less than half a million US dollars, renowned director Wim Wenders presents a profound musing on what America is and how she sees herself in the post September 11 climate.
DVD Special Features
* Cast & Crew Interviews (inc. Wim Wenders)
* Behind the Scenes Footage
* Original theatrical trailer