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World Trade Center in popular culture

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« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2010, 01:03:54 am »


    * Trick, which revolves around two gay men trying to find a place to have sex and eventually fall in love that same night. Near the end of the movie, an establishing morning shot is shown centered on Twin Towers in the early morning, and on the final scene a pan out zooms from the main character and pulls out to where we see the Twin's and a portion of 7 World Trade Center from Greenwich Village.
    * The Matrix, Morpheus describes where Neo has gone by entering him into the Matrix system. He shows a scene from NY in a Matrix TV including the WTC before the 200 years prior to Neo's coming, to what the towers looked like 200 years later. The towers lost a heavy amount of concrete like most NYC buildings, but they were still both standing.
    * Bicentennial Man, the future New York showed the WTC three times its height.
    * Being John Malkovich - after John Cusack goes through the portal the first time.
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