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Nicolas Cage and Michael Pena play the real life Port Authority Police officers John McLoughlin and Will Jimeno, who were buried beneath the massive debris field created by the 9/11 fall of the World Trade Center. The movie intimately chronicles the emotional rollercoaster endured by the men and their families while they awaited rescue on that hellish day.
Why Is World Trade Center Rated PG-13?
World Trade Center is rated PG-13 for intense and emotional content, some disturbing images and language.
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Obviously this movie deals with an event that will trigger strong emotions within many viewers. Parents will want to carefully consider if their children are mature enough to cope with this intense dramatization, in which characters are in constant peril. Scenes of destruction and human suffering are frequent, and include people with bloody injuries, people falling from the towers, and principal characters who are killed. Moderate and mild profanities are heard. A couple of secondary characters are seen smoking. Sexual content is limited to a married couple snuggling in bed and a store window mannequin in lingerie.
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The DVD release of World Trade Center is available in a single disc edition (choice of either wide or full screen presentations) or a 2-disc Commemorative Edition. Both offer an audio commentary by director Oliver Stone, 9-11 survivor Will Jimeno, and actual on-scene rescue workers. The 2-disc version includes additional, in-depth interviews. Audio track are provided in English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround and Dolby Digital 5.1) and French (Dolby Digital 5.1), with subtitles in English and Spanish.