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Stairwell: Trapped in the World Trade Center

Stairwell: Trapped in the World Trade Center
Directed by Jonathan M. Parisen
Produced by C.M. Murphy
Jonathan M. Parisen
Written by Jonathan M. Parisen
Starring Sean R. Walsh
Eddie Fontana
Maria Corso
Eddie Grayce
Trudelle Bunn
Clifford McCarthy
Valentino Scaramella
Jonathan M. Parisen
Distributed by Parivision Entertainment
Indie Flix
Release dates
September 30, 2002
Country United States
Language English

Stairwell: Trapped in the World Trade Center is a 9/11 dramatization dealing with a group of people trapped in a sub-basement of the World Trade Center in New York City after the two towers collapse. Stairwell: Trapped In The World Trade Center was written, produced and directed by New York City filmmaker Jonathan M. Parisen. The film premiered in New York City on September 30, 2002 at Anthology Film Archives. [1]

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