Screening on Friday, March 6, 2020, 7pm
Directed by Jonathan Demme
Runtime: 93 min.

Carolyn Parker, a survivor of Hurricane Katrina, is determined to rebuild her life, even if it takes everything she has.

Setting out to make a documentary about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, filmmaker Jonathan Demme gets happily side-tracked into the engaging character study of an incredible woman who survived the flood to reconstruct her beloved home in New Orleans’ poverty-stricken Lower Ninth Ward.

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