'Low and Behold': A Post-Disaster New Orleans

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'Low and Behold'

Director Zack Godshall's film Low and Behold walks the line between fiction and documentary. 'Low and Behold' hide caption

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The independent feature film Low and Behold is a portrait of New Orleans after a Katrina-like disaster. The movie debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last month.

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