On August 25, 2005 Hurricane Katrina blew into The Big Easy and destroyed more than just businesses and lives of the residents. The unique music culture in New Orleans was decimated by the storm that changed Southern Louisiana forever. In this documentary Robert Mugge captures the shock and sorrow of the local musicians who have been scattered due the storm, and documents their struggle to come home to New Orleans and revive their lives and the music scene that has become synonymist with New Orleans. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows well-balanced colors, good black levels, and decent shadow delineation. There are times when the imagery can look overly soft
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