Kris Kristofferson says, "This powerful, moving documentary of the Katrina disaster is a testament to the courage and integrity of the human spirit." Many victims of the hurricane- of-the-century faced crime, racism, and religious bigotry, as well as gross incompetence at all levels of government. However, their beliefs, whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist or of any other tradition, provided a reservoir of strength, not only for their survival, but in also aiding others.
Original music, including Kristofferson's Shipwrecked in the 80s, and poetry play an integral role in illustrating and underscoring the inspiring stories in the feature documentary. A song by folksinger and activist John Flynn, The Passunder (New Orleans), plays a central role in the music's score. Also included in the soundtrack are songs and music by the late Jack Neilson. Other musicians include Stephen Lee, Chris Stroffolino and Paul Soniat. Michael Paz is music producer and supervisor.
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