"This powerful, sorrowful documentary presents a historic record of September 11, 2001, as seen through the eyes of the mayor of New York City at the t"26 May 2002Factual60 mins
"In Memoriam" is thought-provoking and brings a viewer to tears all over again. Contains some incredible footage not seen elsewhere, including two unbelievable shots of the planes striking the towers. Also contains some new coverage of Rudy Guiliani's actions on the day of the attack - love him or hate him the city couldn't have asked for a better leader that day, and the footage bears this out.
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Have you watched In Memoriam: New York City yet? What did you think about it?