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Good People Go to Hell: An interview with filmmaker Holly Hardman

this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; Holly Hardman's new documentary film* Good People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven *takes as its subject the everyday lives of Louisianans coping with the impending end of the world. Without commentary or an obvious agenda, Hardman gives ...

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Good People Go to Hell: An interview with filmmaker Holly Hardman



Holly Hardman's new documentary film*Good People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven*takes as its subject the everyday lives of Louisianans coping with the impending end of the world. Without commentary or an obvious agenda, Hardman gives us blue-collar, mostly white, mostly West- and North-Louisiana folks trying to rebuild their own lives between disasters (Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Isaac) while spreading the word of an impending, scripturally guaranteed mega-disaster that only the souls of the saved can survive.

The overall approach is impressionistic, a pastiche of moments and interactions.? [ Read more ]

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