Some comments on the voice-over artist for the infamous 9/11 Hotel documentary.
The Miracle of the Voice-over Angel
The charming voice-over for the 9/11 Hotel was performed by Russell Boulter, best known for roles in police and hospital dramas in the UK.
But, as a Christian, he has completed many voice-over projects expounding the teachings of Jesus. This includes playing the Angel Gabriel in “It’s a Boy”, which was distributed free to thousands of UK primary schools.
Millions of adults and children recognise his saintly voice from their times of spiritual devotion and study:
But, since 2006 he’s developed a side-line in terror propaganda, working with Testimony Films.
http://www.bdh.net/our_work/projects/7- ... rriage-346
I can’t state that he’s been groomed as a vehicle for propaganda by means of the Christian stuff. I don’t know that.
But, at the very least, Testimony films fully realise the associations that his voice carries, and are happy to capitalise on them?
The voice of spiritual authority.
He is also used to bind together 9/11 and 7/7 in viewers minds, with his voice:
His first 7/7 documentary (The Miracle of Carriage 346) opens with the full monty 9-11 sequence of crashes and explosions and the words:
On 9.11 the world changed.
It marked the beginning of a new and disturbing era of global terrorism. 4 years later it would be britain’s turn to bear the brunt?
http://www.testimonyfilms.com/index.php ... 8&Itemid=6
Testimony Films' Historical Archive
Amy Ting, Ron Howard and co. were unconvincing in their 9/11 stories. (see Simon’s video).
Well, the stories ? fascinating coincidences and all ? are being compiled into a special archive by Testimony Films, along with the 7/7 stories etc.
It seems that Testimony Films do not see themselves as just a TV/entertainment company but they are trying to be History-makers. They are trying to turn their propaganda into History!
We archive all the life story material we generate in making . Over fifteen years we have completed several hundred life story interviews, adding up to more than 3,000 hours of filmed material. This material is of great national significance
Some of this material is held by the Life Stories Collection at the British Library, information about which is available on-line. Some is held by the BFI National Film and Television Archive in London. Most is archived however at Testimony Films. We are beginning to assemble this archive into an online digital resource, which will be expanded over time to become a major research source.
http://www.testimonyfilms.com/index.php ... 9&Itemid=7
Am I right is asserting that documentaries can be about history, but it’s ridiculously pretentious when they claim to be history?
With that level of pretentiousness, it’s no wonder they insisted their films are narrated by a voice best known for narrating the Bible.