Naudet brothers, who live in the US, shot to fame in 2002, with their documentary “9/11”. Their personal accounts of the 2001 terror attacks in New York, aired by American broadcaster CBS, came about through a bizarre twist of fate. The brothers were working on a documentary on New York City firefighters when the younger brother, Jules Naudet, suddenly found himself embedded with one of the first firefighting units to respond to the attacks. The documentary won several prestigious television prizes, including Emmy, Peabody and DuPont awards.
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The brothers told Le Figaro that their 9/11 experience left them permanently marked and is one of the reasons they chose to document the Nov. 13 attacks in their native France.
“This documentary which has taken its name after Paris’s motto…