There is an unexpected moment during the latter part of the film where Adam Lanza is mentioned. A question is raised about how to stop future catastrophies. A connection is made between Lanza, a murderer who was once an innocent school boy not unlike the children who he shot.
There were several web sources that we felt could be appropriate for this sequence, but we faced an interesting challenge of being senstive to the message without presenting Lanza as a recluse or a "freak."
In addition, I edited the sources to remove distracting ads and stripped down the navigation and layout. Translating web to film is always a challenge, especially so with the widescreen format used in Midsummer in Newtown. The treatments here were focussed on creating a sense of placement, so the audience is aware of where they are and what they are looking at, without calling attention away from the imagery and headlines.