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Rebuilding the World Trade Center
REBUILDING is a documentary about a community of construction workers rebuilding The World Trade Center. The film is told through the eyes of artist Marcus Robinson, using a mix of time-lapse film, video live action, hand-painted animation and a specially designed sound-score that accentuates the symphonic nature and vibrancy of the site.

The film is about the greatness of the human spirit as it triumphs over adversity. Through the lives of the main protagonists on the site, and through its portrayal of the rich diversity of New York City the film is a timeless human story told in the real voices of the men and women on site.


Directed by Marcus Robinson

Running Time - :40
Genre - Documentary
Opened in Theaters - Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

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