I tend to think that in any open and pluralist social setting, there is a place for wide ranging discussion about historical events or ideas that are commonly shared as factual. Having said this, I do think that there is a place for the 9/11 conspiracy theories that are present. I am not a particular subscriber to them myself, but they have a place. In the name of collecting evidence and point of views from as many sides as possible, I think that the film possesses value in this regard. There should be an openness and transparency in discussion so that even though individuals might disagree with different points of view, there is a shared understanding that the point of view should be able to be accessed and not denied. This might be where the ideas that come out of the film emerge. It is important to be able to allow an exchange of ideas and listen to other points of view. I might disagree or not necessarily accept some of the premises or ideas that come out of the film, but that does not mean that the film loses its right to present its own findings for others to determine their validity. This might be where I think that the value of the film lies.