What got me the most was the half-staffed flags at the end with the remains of the wtc smoldering in the background. Oh yes and to the person before me. Yes the world has changed. And by shouting that people have died is exactly the thing we need to do. Fore we need everyone to never forget this. Ever, True sadness is not quiet sadness. Sadness is the inability to do anything to the people who did this to all of us.
Go easy Romik...
Yes there have been worse tragedies in the world, but many of the people who come here and submit these movies know very little about those. They weren't there, or not alive at those times. This is the worst tragedy they have ever witnessed in their lives, and it hit mine and their own country for the first time in their lives.
It may not have changed the entire world forever, but it certainly changed New York, and possibly the U.S. forever.
Great job. That pic of the firefighters with the flag was a really excellent one.
Chakaflange was talking about the review by Pussyhair, not the movie itself. Pussyhair (an inbred sick son of a bitch) said:
"Who ever made the raid I shall applauds for them.
THAT WAS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL,CATASTROPHIC,HEROIC AND CREATIVE ASSULT EVER MADE!! I was really dissapointed that they didn't blow up the white house.... or maybe they are just preserving it for the next onslaught. OOH I can't wait!!! I'm an american too but the attack was just too magnificence."
I agree that people like this ought not be allowed to survive.
This was a very moving movie, the pictures were great, I especially liked the one with the resuce workers with the flag. The music was very appropriate. The message came across very well. I would also like to say that the previous review by chakaflange is despicable. He must be a cold and heartless human being and I pity him, he must be lonely.