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A plane crashes into a building.

A second plane crashes into another building.

A man is killed when a building collapses.

Debris almost kills a group of men.

A man states that he saw people on fire when he entered a building.

A group of firefighters attempt to rescue and escape from a building.

A second building collapses.

We see people jumping from two buildings.

A man says, "Everytime we'd hear a boom, it was people jumping from the building."

4 uses of the word "Hell".

1 use of the word "damn".

1 use of "f##k"

1 use of "holy sh#t"

Some of the firemen and the Gaudet brothers are seen smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages in a few scenes.

The whole film is about the real events of 9/11 in New York. Not recommended for young children.

People rush in the streets after a plane colldies with a building.

Crowds in the street run for safety from a second plane that hits a building.

Debris almost kills a group of men.

A man tries to leave a firefighter station without permission to help in a terrorist disaster.

A group of firefighters attempt to act on their own without permission and go to two buildings with planes crashed inside.

A group of firefighters are inside a building when it collapses. They run for safety.

After the destruction of two buildings that collapsed, the men try to listen for survivors calling for help.

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