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Not too long ago, Peter Sarsgaard felt he had to have a difficult conversation with his oldest daughter about 9/11 .This month, Sarsgaard is doing that, teaching on a massive scale as one of the stars of "The Looming Tower," Hulu's powerful look at the events that led up to the Al-Qaeda-led 2001 attacks, a series that is as much a thriller as a geo-political education.Sarsgaard, who plays a reptilian CIA anti-terrorism chief, knows all too well how dangerous wading into the subject of 9/11 blame can be.Dan Futterman, the series' show runner who wrote teleplays for the first two episodes, said the 10-hour show tries to explain without judgment what motivates the three groups – CIA, FBI and Al-Qaeda – even portraying members of the terrorist group as human beings.Daniels' hot-headed O'Neill is based on a real person, a man the actor calls "an unsung American hero".
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