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World Trade Center: Remembered On Film

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2010

It's been 9 years since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, I wanted to make a tribute video. What I did was select footage of the Towers from films to make a compilation. I wanted to do something different other than show footage of the Twin Towers in flames.

My inspiration came from the thought that I have never gotten to see these wonderful buildings in my life, except on film. I felt an emptiness and sadness when I visited New York in 2003 and looked up at the skyline and noticed something (and I mean two things) missing.

Films used were "Gangs of New York", "Trading Places", "King Kong", "Spiderman", "Coming To America", "Guns N' Roses - Paradise City", "King Kong", "We're Back", "Man On Wire", "Limp Bizkit - Rollin", "City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson", "Depeche Mode - Enjoy The Silence", and "Home Alone 2". There are countless of films that feature these iconic buildings. I can literally make hundreds of videos like this one, but here are some of my favorites.

The music used is a mash-up of "Allison At The Stoplight" and "John Rescued / Resolution". Both are reprisals of the "World Trade Center Theme", composed by Craig Armstong and found on the soundtrack of "World Trade Center".

For the most complete list of the WTC in films, visit:
http://wtcinmovies.tripod.com/index.html


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Please be careful of what you write in the comments. I do NOT wanna have to close off the comments because some people end up being disrespectful to each other. Oh and any 9/11 falser comments WILL be deleted as well!!!


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I OWN NOTHING, and I am NOT pretending to! Respect to all the makers/owners of the films and music used in this video. Without them, I couldn't put something like this together. Their works, now stand together as pieces of history. So please do not audioswap or delete!!!!

Thanks for watching everyone!
Remember the World Trade Center. Gone, but forever existed in our memories!

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