WaPo has a scathing review of “Hurricane on the Bayou” an IMAX film opening this week at the Smithsonian.
To tease out all the rottenness at the core of this film, you might
start pulling at the money threads. Why does a film that seems so
insistent on decrying the loss of wetlands end with little more than an
anodyne lament and some empty hope? Roll the credits: The film was made
with money contributed by Chevron. And Dow Chemical. And Dominion
Exploration and Production, a major power company.
If you’re interested in wetlands, Katrina and/or the Smithsonian, this is a good read.