Excellent documentary whose only fault is it's short length. New Orleans has so much fascinating history that this program barely scratches the surface. Could easily, and should, have been at least 6 hours. Better would be 10 hours.
I especially enjoyed the chapter on writers, specifically about Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams and his feelings about the city. I share many of those emotions. Indeed, New Orleans does not seem like it's part of the United States, but an exotique locale with a unique and dazzling culture.
It's hard to believe this has such a low rating here with so few votes. I can recommend this very highly.
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