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IKE: A Documentary (2009)

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Upon returning to their island, devastated by Hurricane Ike, amidst great loss and an unforeseeable future, students of Mr. Robert Weiss's film class at Galveston's Ball High School united ... See full summary »
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Upon returning to their island, devastated by Hurricane Ike, amidst great loss and an unforeseeable future, students of Mr. Robert Weiss's film class at Galveston's Ball High School united to document, in a truly inspirational film, the tale of their community rebuilding their community one story at a time. Now, months after landfall, the self-titled "Hurricane Story Tellers" bring you "IKE: A DOCUMENTARY - The Story of a Torn City Rebuilt by Everyday Heroes". A chronicle of courage and goodwill by intrepid young adults who saw an opportunity to get involved and witness what Ike didn't take: the spirit of their city. Written by Anonymous

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The students have unanimously decided that all profits made from our film will go back to the Galveston Independent School District Educational Foundation. See more »

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Morris Gould: Where do you start? Everywhere you look there's a pile of trash, or mud, or something, you know. Where do you start?
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