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Published on Sep 5, 2008
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Documentary based on an article by Tom Junod (Esquire 2003) about a photograph (by Richard Drew) of a man falling from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
The film goes in search for the identity of the falling man and also how the photograph affected many people. Interviews with journalists, photographers and families who lost someone on 9/11. Directed by Henry Singer and narrated by Steven MacKintosh.
First broadcast by UK's Channel Four in March 2006. Apologies for any breaks in programme, the software used is not the best.
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