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refuge of last resort

Discussion in 'News' started by lord_casek, Mar 24, 2006.

  1. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,144 Likes Received: 1,069

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    Filmmaker, James L. Bills, tells a harrowing story of how he took his family to a "Hurricane Proof" building in the heart of New Orleans to save them from the ravaging effects of Hurricane Katrina.

    They survive one of the most powerful storms in recorded history, but JAMES, his wife TRACEY, their seven year old son and two year old daughter soon find themselves in a horrible dilemma. With only minimal supplies in hand, they had thought they would be returning home after the storm to make minor repairs and get on with their lives. Instead, they, including close friends GABRIEL, his wife MELISSA, and good friend ARIEL, are trapped in downtown New Orleans when the levees break and quickly flood the city.

    After a couple of days, they face the harsh reality that no help is on the way. They're out of food, there is no drinkable water, and no electricity. They find themselves having to survive by whatever means necessary - and are in the same situation tens of thousands of others are. Anarchy breaks out in the city as hundreds of looters take to the streets searching first for food and water, then in a complete frenzy, turn animalistic and begin to assault and rob anyone who appears helpless. With no visible government security, James and Gabriel take matters into their own hands and do whatever they must to secure the hotel and save their families. Six days of hell... with no help from the government, local, state, or federal... no help from the outside world... they soon realize they are completely on their own.
  2. Lonesome Cowboy Bill

    Lonesome Cowboy Bill Member

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