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Friday, September 08, 2006

CBS To Rebroadcast 9/11 Documentary - News

CBS To Rebroadcast 9/11 Documentary - News:
The CBS Television Network and filmakers Jules and Gedeon Naudet and James Hanlon have updated the multiple-award winning program "9/11".

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The two Naudet brothers had been working on a documentary of FDNY and a probie's life in the city. September 11 saw them on a call with the company in the streets of New York when the sound of a low flying jet was heard overhead. As they panned the camera up, the American Airlines jet crashed into the World Trade Center tower.
I remember watching this the first time it aired. I have a copy at home as a matter of fact. I thought that the film gave a great sense of realism to what those firefighters were up against that day. I believe that films like this one will stand as a great history lesson for our children and future generations to watch and witness what happened on that terrible day.

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Anonymous said...

Yea it's kind of ashame that WDBJ decided to air on the side of caution re: FCC fines and will broadcast the show at 1130pm Sunday. I guess the FCC and the Christian group who lobbied Ch7 to do this are afraid of the real world. I dunno, this just irritates me for some reason.

FireFleitz said...

14... that is the amount of times the F word was used in the film. Small price to pay for exposing what those men gave that day.