by: Miriam Spritzer
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the film version WTC View starring Michael Urie. It is the story about a young man living in Soho, who places an add looking for roommate the day before 09/11. Over the course of two weeks after the attack, he meets with possible roommates learning about their stories while struggling to maintain his own mental balance. WTC View shows the story of how life in New York was in the aftermath of that tragic day through the experiences of the various characters presented in this movie.
WTC View was first brought to the NY audiences in 2003 as a stage version also written by the film’s writer and director, Brian Sloan. Later in 2005 a film production was made with the same cast as in the play and in celebration of it’s 10th Anniversary, it was recently launched on iTunes on March 3rd.
TheaterPizzazz’ Miriam Spritzer had the opportunity to interview both writer/director Brian Sloan and actor Michael Urie.
Video: Miriam Spritzer