New York (AP) — In one of the worst disasters in U.S. history, survivors of the 9/11 attacks describe the horrifying ordeal in a riveting new documentary.
The film, “It’s A Lot Like The Titanic,” tells the story of the day of the attack and the survivors’ desperate attempts to get out of their damaged buildings.
The documentary is being released by PBS, PBS Films and the National Geographic Society.
The National Geographic Channel and PBS stations will premiere the film Friday.
The movie premiered Friday on PBS and PBS Films.
“It’s an amazing and inspiring film,” said filmmaker James Breen, who is also a producer on “The Lost World: New York.”
“This is a unique and inspiring story about a group of people who went through a very hard time, who came together and said, ‘No, we are not alone, we will not be alone.
We can be together.
We are a whole family.
The film also shows how people were able to survive the attack on the World Financial Center and how they were able, despite having no official power or authority, to resist the terrorist attack that began at 11:30 p.m. “
Breen, the author of the novel “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby,” said the movie provides the story with a new perspective.
The film also shows how people were able to survive the attack on the World Financial Center and how they were able, despite having no official power or authority, to resist the terrorist attack that began at 11:30 p.m.
Sept. 11, 2001.
The 9/12 Commission and the families of the victims said they were forced to leave their homes after they were unable to reach them.
The families were forced by their governments to file for bankruptcy and ultimately, lost all their property.
Many of the survivors who made it out of the towers and were rescued were members of the same church group that was part of the original group that had been evacuated to escape the towers.
The survivors told the documentary that they were led to believe the church would not take them back to the U.K. because they were Muslim.
On Friday, the film will air on PBS.