Like a Movie

Saturday, September 22, 2001

As the witnesses ran from the smoke and the debris, they told reporters it was like a movie. Brooke reports on how Hollywood has created a common vocabulary for describing mayhem, and what the movie industry plans to do in the wake of the toppling of the World Trade Center.

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