Local movie goers say it brought a tear to their eye, and was extremely well done. They're talking about Oliver Stone's new movie about 9/11, "World Trade Center." The movie opened in theaters Wednesday, focusing on the rescue of two police officers trapped in the rubble following the towers collapse. One New Yorker who now lives in Eastern Carolina says the images of that day will be with him forever. Michael Buzzeo says he'll wait for the movie to come air on TV before he sees it, but believes people should see it to have a better understanding of the tragedy.
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