102 Minutes that Changed America

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102 Minutes that Changed America

This is 9/11 as you have never seen it before.

We piece together the story of the 102 dramatic minutes between the first attack on the World Trade Center and the final collapse of the second tower, using exclusive amateur footage from those who were there at the time.

This is a lasting document whose unique material comes from a range of non-traditional sources, including amateur photography, video and film; FDNY, NYPD, Port Authority and emergency dispatch radio recordings; photography and video; recorded voicemails; audio/video diaries; footage and stills broadcast or published outside the United States; electronic messages; surveillance camera footage; and "outtakes" culled from raw network footage.

In so doing, we create a haunting memory of the sights and sounds that defined the infamous attack on the World Trade Center.

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