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9/11 Naudet Film in its entirety online

The 9/11 film by Jules and Gideon Naudet is available on Liveleak in its entirety. If you would like some more information on the movie and what the Naudet brothers were doing when they ended up filming one of only three shots of the first plane hitting the North Tower read here.

If you have not seen it, you should definitely watch it!!!

Here is the movie – warning language/graphic:

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  • http://chezfireball.blogspot.com/ laurence/fireball

    hello,

    Jules and Gedeon Naudet,2 french brothers where in NYork city to make a report or documentary about a rookie of the FDNY…they did not know that their film will become the testimony of 9/11 and the last minutes of the lives of many people.

    i bought their film many years ago in DVD and a part of the price i paid ,was given to the FDNY academy:for trainings and to buy equipment for firefighters.

    i will never forget the eyes of the battalion chief J Pfeifer when he was at the CP in the world trade center lobby.

    i hope that Tony B,(the probie,the 2 french brothers have decided to make a documentary about him)is doing fine.

    may God bless America and my prayers are for all the families of the victims.

  • http://chezfireball.blogspot.com/ laurence/fireball

    hello,

    Jules and Gedeon Naudet,2 french brothers where in NYork city to make a report or documentary about a rookie of the FDNY…they did not know that their film will become the testimony of 9/11 and the last minutes of the lives of many people.

    i bought their film many years ago in DVD and a part of the price i paid ,was given to the FDNY academy:for trainings and to buy equipment for firefighters.

    i will never forget the eyes of the battalion chief J Pfeifer when he was at the CP in the world trade center lobby.

    i hope that Tony B,(the probie,the 2 french brothers have decided to make a documentary about him)is doing fine.

    may God bless America and my prayers are for all the families of the victims.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Beate-Zuernt/100000401233441 Beate Zuernt

    the year 2001 should not be repeated

  • Thomas

    I’ve watched as many documentaries of 9/11 as I could find and this seems to capture the human/ emotional side like no other.. giving a person a sense of what it was like to be there… All the news reports and personal stories, have not had the impact on me that this one did (does)… I ordered a copy recently and it will be a most treasured part of my collection.

  • http://theinfinityprogram.com Kevin Malone

    It is unfortunate that the last four are not working.

    • firecritic

      Try refreshing. They work for me.

  • John Kandel

    I can’t believe that the firemen of Engine 7 and Ladder 1 all went back to the firehouse after the towers came down. They stood around, hugging and backslapping, while the worst tragedy in modern history continued to unfold. There could have been many people waiting to be saved while these jokers cleaned up, licked their wounds, wondered where the probie was, then decided to call it a day and go home. As it was, the probie was the ONLY one from that house doing his job, along with one of the retirees. WTF??? How could they sleep, knowing that there could be hundreds of victims waiting to be rescued??? While many firemen were heroes that day, these guys weren’t amongst them. It seems that two Marines did as good a job of finding survivors as all of the FDNY.

    • Natasha

      The firemen were the people who knew the LEAST about the attacks (death count, details, etc.) because they experienced it first-hand unlike the rest of the world who was able to watch it on TV and receive information. These men were not alone in returning to the firehouse to recuperate; they were simply the only ones recorded on video. The majority of the city’s firemen/policemen/etc. were actually forcibly called back to the firehouse because of the dangers that could follow immediately after (fires, chance of another attack, etc. Remember, they did not know what we now know 10 years later; anything might have seemed possible). Of course, many did return regardless (Tony included), but the majoirty were called back. These men needed their time to grieve, to recap, and to recuperate just like any one else. The only thing that separates us from them is their willingness to run back into danger. These men were able to pull bodies out, few alive, many dead, account for them, attend funerals, help with the clearing of metal/debris. Who else would have done that if it weren’t for Engine 7 Ladder 1, the rest of NYC and the nation’s firemen, policemen, and miliary? You? If that doesn’t sound like heroism to you, I don’t know what does.

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  • Pam Fisher

    I am unable to watch any of the videos except the first one. Others state “video not found”. Refresh suggestion did not help.

  • Naudet Sleuth

    Look at the part from 02:15 to 02:19. It is the only known footage of pedestrians' reaction at the INSTANT the FIRST tower was hit. It starts out with nobody looking up, but then suddenly at least three people look around and/or up. it was shot on Church Street just south of Murray Avenue. It was in sight of the WTC. The Naudets must have had TWO cameras already running at 8.46 a.m. Which tells me they had foreknowledge. They only told us about one camera, but they could not resist putting this footage from this other one under our noses. The camera they told us about was also on Church Street, but eleven blocks farther north, at the Lispenard intersection.

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  • Brian Shelton

    This isn’t working

  • SJFiredawg

    There is no link or obvious signs of a video posted here. You might need to re-do the link set up

  • Bob

    It works. You need to be on a laptop and not mobile.