Harry John Roland calls himself the « World trade Center Man“, a self-appointed tour guide at the World Trade Center site. He used to work as a tour guide in the South Tower, so he’s good at it — but now, instead of it being his job, it’s his obsession. He goes to the site every single day.

But why would a man his age do that? Well, it’s not only about telling people and tourists what happened : it’s about remembering all the innocent people who had to die that day for a reason that hasn’t been told. Harry is the voice of those who cannot speek anymore. He is a living memorial, a reliable thing in an ever changing world, where catastrophies are a daily business.

« Don’t say Two » could be played every single day of the year, because Harry is also there everyday, on Ground zero, yelling to the World to open their eyes on something that isn’t that obvious : an uncomfortable truth. The days are flying by, but Harry is still there : concerned, passionnate and known by all those who once went to Ground zero. Some listen to him, some don’t. But whether they did, or wether they just smiled at this lonely guy shouting a truth that might never be heard, they all noticed him, with his pictures, his folder, these unforgetable eyes full of sadness and his croaky voice.

Directed by Mathieu Bernat & David Guersan
Sound : Gaultier Frossard
Thanks to: Harry Roland - 9/11 NYC Memorial
Music : Stabat Mater Dolorosa - Grave // Gil Scott Heron - Me and the Devil

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