Sunday, August 29, 2010

15 Minutes that Tell the Story

When Hurricane Katrina slammed ashore five years ago, four independent filmmakers from Los Angeles imbedded themselves with the American Red Cross. What they experienced from the front lines isn't recorded anywhere else. They captured the raw despair, and the glimmers of hope as residents in New Orleans and Mississippi tried to deal with the unthinkable. Throughout their experience, there was the Red Cross doing what the Red Cross does every day. Helping others deal with tragedy. Take 15 minutes and view this amazing piece of film. **Rated-R for language**

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