9/11 Film Charlie Sheen Autographed Poster and Gift Pack GIVEAWAY!!! @9_11Movie #Remember911
I have to admit just the write-up on this movie gave me goosebumps and my eyes filled with tears!! This is going to be one very powerful, emotional, roller-coaster of a movie!!
In the World Trade Center, a billionaire sits in his attorney’s office awaiting a divorce hearing against his wife. In a west side apartment, a bike messenger kisses his 5-year old daughter and sings her “Happy Birthday” before leaving for work. A maintenance man gets dispatched to help a tenant with his lock. In an upper east side apartment, a young model musters the courage to break up with her sugar daddy. As random as random can be, these individuals step into a crowded World Trade Center elevator.
Wrapped up in their own world, they all ride silently hearing only the sound of the elevator giving notice of each floor. When the elevator stops on the 34th floor, it empties leaving only these five behind. Moments later … their world changes as the collision of a jet into the North Tower incapacitates the elevator.
With no understanding of what has happened and is happening around them, these fives are forced to band together and fight against all odds to escape from the impending horrific collapse. During these critical minutes, a story of courage, faith, and the will to live unfolds.
One very lucky Peanut Butter and Whine follower will win an autographed poster signed by Charlie Sheen along with a truly lovely gift pack! Good Luck!
We were home watching this unfold on tv. We cried for all the innocent victims
I was home with my husband and son. It was a horrible, scary, sad day!
I remember I had just started a new job at a health food store I arrived early and an hour later while restocking shelves their tv came on with news a plane had hit one of the towers. At that point they hadn’t put together that it was a terrorist attack. It’s giving me chills now just thinking of it. I was scared and worried and saying prayers for everyone.
I remember we were having breakfast when we heard the news.
I was 2 years old and remembering lighting candles with my mom.
I was at home instant messaging with a friend that was working in NYC at the time it all happened. It was terrifying.
I was at home when the bulletin came over the t.v. It was terrifying.