World Trade Center (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
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Exclusive commentary by and in-depth Q & A with director Oliver Stone
Insightful commentary by real-life survivor Will Jimeno and rescuers Scott Strauss, John Busching and Paddy McGee
Deleted and extended scenes with optional commentary by Oliver Stone
The Making of World Trade Center: A behind-the-scenes look at the three phases of production from the earliest stages of writing, to filming and beyond
Common Sacrifice: An extensive documentary about survivors Will Jimeno and John McLoughlin that goes beyond 9/11 and traces their lives through present day
Building Ground Zero: An in-depth look at the set design and re-creation of Ground Zero
Oliver Stone's New York: A conversation with Oliver Stone about growing up in New York, his days in Vietnam and NYU Film School
- In-depth Q&A by Oliver Stone
- Deleted and extended scenes with optional commentary by Oliver Stone
- The Making of World Trade Center
- Common Sacrifice: An extensive documentary about survivors Will Jimeno and John McLoughlin that goes beyond 9/11 and traces their lives through present day
- Building Ground Zero
- Oliver Stone's New York: A conversation with Oliver Stone about growing up in New York, his days in Vietnam and NYU Film School
Top Customer Reviews
I never felt more American than on that day.
I am German, by the way.
When I heard that Oliver Stone was making a movie about this, I could not believe it. Too early, too monumental, too emotionally loaded, too ideologically simple. This could only become a bad film.
It hasn't. It is a simple story about confusion and heroism and survival. Well done.
You never see a plane fly into anything. You only hear people talk about it, but there are also some who don't believe it. It shows you the segmented vision of people who are near the center. People watching TV in Shanghai probably knew more of what actually happened right at the time than those caught in the middle of it.
Stone stays away from explicit interpretation, he leaves that to the spectator.
of one of the most inspiring stories of survival in our time.
I've seen a lot of movies in my life and this one is one of the few
that have stayed with me for days after seeing it. I was engaged from
beginning to end. World Trade Center also feels like one of Stone's
earlier films like Salvador or Platoon.Very raw.
There are a few minor flaws. The only complaint I have is the portrayal
of Staff Sargeant Karnes. It simply stands out too much in comparison
to the natural portrayal of the rest of the characters.
This is still a good film and an important film. Anybody who snubs
Stone for not making the conspiracy film they expect from him need to
get over it and see this. If he wanted to make a conspiracy film he
would have. He wanted to spread some hope. How could anyone have a problem with that? Thank you,Oliver!