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Watch '16 Acres' On Netflix, A Documentary Chronicling The Rebuilding Of Ground Zero

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NEW YORK - AUGUST 12: Construction workers install the first of 24 large steel columns at the core of One World Trade Center August 12, 2009 in New York City. The perimeter columns, which are approximately 60-foot long and 70 tons, will allow the initial floors of the tower to be constructed and are the largest to be used to date on the tower. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) | Mario Tama via Getty Images

There are some pretty incredible documentaries on Netflix these days, and now you can add "16 Acres" to that list. Chronicling one of the "most architecturally, politically, and emotionally complex construction project in recent American history," the film examines the politics and drama that went into rebuilding the land at Ground Zero. The documentary's physical release coincides with the May 21 opening of the National September 11 Memorial Museum, but get an inside look at the amazing story that resulted in the One World Trade Center and its surrounding site on Netflix now.

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