The people Inside 9/11 return to take viewers into the eye of the storm in this intimate account of the havoc reeked by Hurricane Katrina that goes beyond the nightly news coverage to take a look into the lives of those directly affected by the devastating storm. In addition to asking such important questions such as how a disaster like this could be prevented in the future, filmmakers also explore the failure of emergency personnel to effectively respond and a comprehensive analysis of events culled from government audio tapes and personal interviews.
Nat'l Geographic Vid
Photo gallery; Bonus program: Drowning New Orleans
Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Inside Hurricane Katrina 1. Introduction [2:51] 2. Hurricane in the Making [3:36] 3. Katrina Threatens the Gulf Coast [7:35] 4. The 9th Ward [4:24] 5. Katrina Barres Toward Louisiana and Mississippi [3:28] 6. Life Goes on in the French Quarter [2:08] 7. Mandatory Evacuation Declared [2:26] 8. Apocalyptic Warning [8:15] 9. The Assault Begins [13:34] 10. The Levees Collapse [8:14] 11. Rescue and Relief Efforts Begin [6:58] 12. 48 Hours Later [11:11] 13. Repairing the Levees [10:42] 14. Surveying the Damage [7:52] 15. Returning Home [1:13] 16. Credits [:15]
Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Inside Hurricane Katrina Play Set Up Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired English On English Off Scene Selection Special Features Photo Gallery Drowning New Orleans More From National Geographic Strange Days on Planet Earth Tsunami: Killer Wave Forces of Nature Credits