Walking on Dead Fish

Brown, Janice
September 2007
Mix;Sep2007, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p49
The article describes the production of the documentary film by Franklin Martin which focuses on the East Saint John high school football team during the 2005 season in LaPlace, Louisiana, after Hurricane Katrina. The town became a refuge for evacuees and 1700 displaced students joined the East Satin John high school and some joined the football team. Focus is made on the production of the musical score.


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