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Directed by
Bill Guttentag 
Robert David Port 
Produced by
Kate Adler .... producer
Edward Barbini .... producer (as Eddie Barbini)
Jana Bezdek .... associate producer (as Jana Wachsman)
Bob Dussault .... co-producer
Lisa Engel .... producer
Bill Guttentag .... producer
Peter Jankowski .... producer
Robert David Port .... executive producer
Maury Povich .... executive producer
Jessica Sanders .... associate producer
Dan Sturman .... producer
Dick Wolf .... producer
Original Music by
Phil Marshall 
Cinematography by
Scott Hiller 
Jefferson Miller 
Film Editing by
Michael Schweitzer 
Sound Department
Christopher Briles .... sound editor
Mitch Dorf .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott Harber .... production sound mixer
Tim West .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Constantino .... Steadicam operator
John Geisler .... gaffer
Scott Sandman .... additional camera operator
Graham Steele .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Ann Faucher .... assistant editor
Taylor Greathead .... first assistant editor
Suzanne Greenfield .... post-production coordinator
Yaffa Lerea .... additional editor
Scott Ries .... assistant colorist
Ken Van Deest .... final colorist
Juliet Walker .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
William Pearson .... composer: additional music (as Bill Pearson)
William Pearson .... score recordist (as Bill Pearson)
Other crew
Marita Bassman .... accountant
Ann Chulayan .... accountant
Manny Cubillas .... fire assistant
Cosmo DeCeglie .... production coordinator
Jason Frank .... fire assembly artist
Peter Friscia .... production consultant
Andy Gajadahar .... production assistant
Kim Hedland .... post-production accountant
Randy Lowder .... fire assembly artist
Ben Pace .... production assistant
Jim Shimomaye .... fire assistant
Wendy Willis .... production assistant
T-Dub Winteringham .... accountant

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A look a the real New Yorkers., 10 November 2006
Author: Michael DeZubiria ( from Luoyang, China

I have seen several films and documentaries based on the 9/11 attacks, but none that really showed the gritty New York firefighters and other emergency responders quite as clearly and effectively as this one. The film focuses on one of the countless tragic stories that occurred that day, this one of a family of dedicated firefighters that lost two of three sons in a matter of minutes as they rushed to help at Ground Zero. The one surviving son, Joseph Vigiano, talks in the film about growing up with two brothers who eventually became heroes, even more than they already were before they were killed.

I think that the single most important thing to do to make movies and documentaries about 9/11 great - all of them - is to keep the politics out, at all costs, and this film definitely does that. It is not at all about the mistakes that were made or warnings that were ignored or phones that weren't answered or jets that weren't sent, but was only about the importance of family. United 93 came about as close to politics as I think 9/11 films can come without becoming preachy or assigning guilt, but only because it deals with the actual events, and our minds tend to have by now become so programmed to translate whatever we hear about 9/11 into a stratification of blame that we can watch an objective presentation of the events and see the blame without it even being there.

Joseph Vigiano says in this film that no matter what, he always kisses his family when he leaves and says goodbye because he never knows when he might not come home. And the important message that this film delivers to men and women and families everywhere is the feeling that, no matter what job Joseph had, his goodbyes would never change. The film is an answer to the mournful cry, "I never got to say goodbye."

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