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Thank you for having the courage to speak the truth and be a witness to the facts.
The only documentary I've seen on Katrina that really gives you a taste of what it was like for the people who did not have the means to leave the city.
Hearing the story re-told by Kimberly Roberts brings to mind all the clichés - moving, horrifying, unbelievable, etc.
Excellent addition to my curriculum on disasters in the US and how government agencies respond. Lets send immediate support to the wars abroad and take our time helping our own... Read morePublished 26 days ago by John Adams
Sad and beautiful, raw and heartfelt, Roberts documented the days before the storm, as well as after and, remarkably, during the storm itself, as well as the real disaster: the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Fox
Rip off, the award thing should have been a tip off. This is just poor reality TV with actual news inserted. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca Alcantara
Did little to add to your understanding of this crisis. Film covered almost nothing of the structural problems that made the disaster a national scandal.Published 11 months ago by Peter Bowman
One of the most moving stories of Hurricane Katrina I have ever seen. Beautifully done by amateurs who had great sympathy and insight.Published 13 months ago by Trudy Weil
I show this film in my MSW "Trauma and Recovery" class. It highlights both resilience and the devastation of Hurricaine Katrina... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pepper K
great documentatry these young people were able to capture the storm called Katrina as it was happening...this DVD is worth every penny....a tribute to survivalPublished 16 months ago by Sara Williams
It almost defies description in terms of why I loved it. What a horrific event. This young rapper happened to have just bought a camera to learn photography and filming... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kimba
this video is a must for everyone who remembers hurricane Katrina and its destruction of new Orleans. this country still has a lot to learn about its peoplePublished 19 months ago by Steven A Rodrigues