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The Woman Who Wasn't There

HD   Unrated Closed Captioning

Angelo J. Guglielmo Jr.

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The Woman Who Wasn't There is a psychological thriller that goes inside the mind of history's most infamous 9/11 survivor. Tania Head's jaw-dropping tale of escape from the south tower was the most astounding - the unimaginable hell she witnessed, the injuries she suffered, and the tragic loss of her fiancé, Dave, in the north tower. She rose to national prominence when she became President of the World Trade Center Survivors' Network - putting survivors on the map and on the road to recovery. Tania asked director Angelo J. Guglielmo Jr., to shoot a documentary about her group and they became great friends. She sat before his camera and gave a series of stunning interviews, recounting her journey in chilling detail. But, while they were shooting a problem emerged - Tania Head was never in the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001 and her entire story was an invention of her prodigious imagination. With complete access and participation from The Survivors' Network, the story is told from a unique perspective that has yet to be seen and allows the audience to play detective and unravel the psychological mystery of Head's magnificent tale. The documentary follows the rise of Tania, the unraveling of her story, the revelation of its fabrication, the reactions and repercussions from her closest colleagues, and it seeks to answer the one burning question that remains - who is Tania Head?

Customer Reviews

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The story itself is heart wrenching, and the film makers did a great job with the actual survivors. However, to see her at the end of the video in New York and not get more information was frustrating.


This documentary proves that there are horrible people in this world that capitalize on others pain, grief and sorrow to bring selfish attention to themselves. If there is ever a person that could be tried and convicted for being a worthless piece of garbage, Alicia Esteve Head would be serving a life sentence. I mean for her to say she was a 9/11 survivor when she was getting her Community College degree in Spain just boggles the mind. I mean after those TRUE survivors lost their loved ones went through pure hell and almost their lives, here comes this fat nasty busted up hamburger meat looking arm lady that emotionally destroys them just that little more. What a horrible person. The film director did such a good job not only focusing on Alicia and her lies but to what extent she went to deceive people. "I came home and found Dave wearing a coconut bra and grass skirt dancing to Hawaiian songs!" I think she made those horrible lies because deep down she knows she's gross and no decent guy would want to marry such an overweight pathological liar.
BTW, what are all those brown spots under that thick corpulent neck of hers???

The Woman Who Wasn't There
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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2012

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