Bibliography *Philippe Petit, "Two towers, I walk (New York: Reader's Digest, 1975 asin B00072lqrm.
French high wire artist who gained fame for his illegal walk between the.Subsequently adapted into an animated movie of the same name.New York: Times Book, 2003.A documentary film named "Man on Wire" by UK director.Willkommen bei eBay Kleinanzeigen.Petit Philippe, "To Reach The Clouds: My High Wire Walk Between The Twin Towers (New York, North Point Press, 2002).Other famous structures he has used for tightrope walks include that Cathedral, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Louisiana Superdome, the Hennepin County Government Center, and between the Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower.James Marsh dealing with Petit's WTC performance won both the World Cinema Jury and Audience awards at the.His feet were actually leaving the wire and then he would resettle back on the wire again.Philippe Petit (born August meilleur casino en ligne francais nouveau 13, 1949).
"To Reach the Clouds: My High Wire Walk Between the Twin Towers".
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John the Divine in New York City.New York: North Point Press, 2002.PublisherNew York Times dateAugust 8, 1974, Thursday accessdate.Ralph Keyes, "Chancing It: Why We Take Risks" (isbn 1985.quot;Combining the cunning of a second-story man with the nerve of an Evel Knievel, a French high-wire artist snuck past guards at the World Trade center, ran a cable between the tops of its twin towers and tightrope-walked across it yesterday morning.The policendashprovoked by his taunting behaviour while on the wirendashhandcuffed him behind his back and roughly pushed him down a flight of stairs.The film also won awards at the 2008 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham,.C.7-19 covers Petit, including information on his fears (spiders, marriage, parenthood).Artists-in-Residence at the Cathedral.Prior to this, Petit snuck into the towers several times, hiding on the roof and other areas in the unfinished towers, in order to get a sense of what type of equipment he needed.Philippe Petit, "On The High Wire Preface by Marcel Marceau, (New York: Random House, 1985).His signature was on a steel beam close to his departure.Charles Daniels, who was dispatched to the roof to bring Petit down, later reported his experience: I observed the tightrope 'dancer'because you couldn't call him a 'walker'approximately halfway between the two towers.