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The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the collapse of the World Trade Center claimed nearly 3,000 lives and left a scene of complete destruction in the heart of New York City, causing even the most devout Christians to ask, "Where is God in all this?" Two days into rescue efforts, workers found the answer beneath one of the Twin Towers: two intersecting beams that formed a cross. The location, which became known as "God's house," became a sanctuary in the midst of sorrow.
The Cross and the Towers tells the story of seven people who found solace in that symbol of hope and asks the question, "In the middle of your worst nightmare, where do you find hope?" Combining actual footage from 9/11 with realistic reenactments, this documentary gives viewers an unapologetic glimpse of Ground Zero and the people closest to it. The film received five Doves from The Dove Foundation and the Family-Approved Seal for ages 12 and over. Due to its frank content, The Cross and the Towers may not be appropriate for younger viewers. Older audiences will appreciate this moving portrait of a day Americans will never forget.