The result is “Flood Streets,” a small gem of a film that captures a period fifteen months after the catastrophe where life is in a state of temporary flux. Screenwriter Helen Krieger structures her script as a series of vignettes loosely based off her own short stories, which were directly inspired by her experiences as a real estate agent surveying the post-flood housing market.
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Krieger’s husband, director/co-star Joseph Meissner, proves to be her ideal collaborator. Together, they have staged an enduring portrait of