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'The Talk' Gets Perspective on '9/11' from Filmmakers Jule Naudet and James Hanlon (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 8th 2011 6:05PM
9/11 film on 'The Talk'To mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) brought in filmmakers Jule Naudet and James Hanlon to discuss their documentary film '9/11.' The documentary crew was following a rookie firefighter that day, and that rookie's firehouse wound being one of the first to respond.

Naudet remembers hearing the first plane before it crashed into the North Tower. "You hear this loud roar, and I remember just looking up and in between two buildings I see a plane going very fast," he said. "Reflex, instinct, I don't know, I turned the camera around and it reappears and immediately crashes into the North Tower."

Hanlon said the film offers a unique perspective on the tragedy. "It is the only film that anyone will see that is actually from inside the Towers," he said. "And just to look at it right now, I saw 25 guys that didn't even make it out that day there on film." It's a sad reminder of a tragic day in American history.

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