PressTV uses ‘Day After Tomorrow’ photo for Sandy article

Things are pretty bad in lower Manhattan right now, but the image of New Yorkers fleeing a massive tsunami on this article from Iran’s PressTV still didn’t look quite right. Likely, because it’s a still from the 2004 eco-disaster move The Day After Tomorrow.  Are the actual photos really not dramatic enough?

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Things are pretty bad in lower Manhattan right now, but the image of New Yorkers fleeing a massive tsunami on this article from Iran's PressTV still didn't look quite right. Likely, because it's a still from the 2004 eco-disaster move The Day After Tomorrow

Are the actual photos really not dramatic enough?

Things are pretty bad in lower Manhattan right now, but the image of New Yorkers fleeing a massive tsunami on this article from Iran’s PressTV still didn’t look quite right. Likely, because it’s a still from the 2004 eco-disaster move The Day After Tomorrow

Are the actual photos really not dramatic enough?

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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