WTC View Reviews
One particularly powerful moment shines through and the movie takes a bit of a heavy handed view on PTSD but does get its point across.
Laboured by original
Which I'm sure would be an interesting amaeteur theatrical production, but doesn't work so well on film. Just a little too cheesey, indulgent, transparent and slow-paced.
Although the play tends to be a little too much emotional, considering about what happened actually and I wasn't there, I can't criticise it.
WTC VIEW is different. It's all about one man (Michael Urie, Mark from Ugly Betty) trying to find a roomate in the days and weeks after 9/11. The whole film takes place within his apartment, and starts AFTER 9/11. You never see The World Trade Center, or scenes of the aftermatgh, etc.
It's all about him coming to terms with what he experienced and his loss.
And you won;t be dissapointed by the ending.
On 9/10, Eric placed an ad.
Then everything changed.
A story of New York after 9/11.
Al i travis can say is i want to live in New york before, during, and after September 11, 2001. Not concentrating on an excuse to get out of school and enforcing it where i overhear in a private whisper that "the World Trade Center towers were hit!". I went home and for months the channel was never changed in my house to anything but 9/11 events.