Diversity and unifying people under their disappointment with the government is a key part of his argument. This works in his favor and adds to the ethos of the film. Many people died from all sorts of different causes. The film, which won the George Polk Award for television documentary in 2007, concentrates on New Orleans, with occasional nods to the larger affected region. This time, highlighting the important point and mark the necessary information provided in the case. He uses many rhetorical devices to help better his message as it if brought forth to the reader. Ron Young Bryant and Stratton College Phil 250 Ms.
The main argument of the documentary was to explain the series of events that occurred during and following the storm, while also getting the inside point of views of some of the Hurricane Katrina victims. Lee does not hesitate to put a floating, swollen dead body on screen just to let the viewers know the grotesque reality of what happened. He imply loves controversy so why would he not take this story and blow it up and make a huge controversy out of it? Again the people of New Orleans used their own method of what they interpreted as truth or fiction. The documentary showed many meetings between important officials and they even had models to predict the devastation and the impact zone. There was a report before the levees broke that people heard explosions and then the water rose to unthinkable levels all over the city. The mayor, Ray Nagin, after 5 days of asking for help and finally bad mouthing the government, something finally got started to help the people.
Not one person in the film seems satisfied with how the government handled the situation. In the days before the storm hit, there were many agencies gathering information and trying to give a good guess on when, where, and how bad this storm was going to be. I also feel that Mr. They referred to the victims as violent looters without taking into consideration the situation they. It is better to start the introduction from any historical or social context.
Lee undoubtedly does a good job of evoking emotion from the audience. He would use a slow, calm piano piece for a distressing scene. I could not think of what his action of critically thinking was for this movie, but then I re-read chapter 4 in our book, Thinking Critically by John Chaffee, Chaffee, 2012, p. These tactics make it quite easy to see that Lee is upset with the Government. And the buyer power is low if there are lesser options of alternatives and switching.
Secondly, after identifying problems in the company, identify the most concerned and important problem that needed to be focused. In the days before the storm hit, there were many agencies gathering information and trying to give a good guess on when, where, and how bad this storm was going to be. The storm produced sustained winds of up 125 mph when it hit that morning. He also includes people who were involved in the search and rescue effort, who reported the event for news organizations, or who provide expert testimony as historians, engineers, climatologists, and politicians. Although the storm was damaging by itself, that was not the true disaster.
Director Spike Lee felt very strongly about the issue and decided to make a documentary in order to give the people of New Orleans justice. The style is as American as gumbo or Gershwin. Therefore, it is necessary to block the new entrants in the industry. It then explained the perceived lack of governmental support after the storm. Moreover, it is also called Internal-External Analysis.
I believe that during times of crisis that the United States government should be 100% behind prevention rescue and recovery, But as people in general we should keep ourselves prepared for disaster weather you live in Tornado Alley or the Gulf of Mexico. Help was slow to arriving though. A free downloadable for the documentary film, When the Levees Broke. It seems like there is an interviewee from almost every walk of life. This geographic focus makes sense since Lee's film concentrates on the tragedy that followed the failure of New Orleans' levees after the storm. The land of the free and land of equality was not what America was displaying in the McCarthy era.
Judging I can now apply each one of these to his movie and see how he is perceiving what happened after the devastating storm of Hurricane Katrina through his eyes and the people who survived the storm. Hurricane Katrina was a category five hurricane that had made its way to New Orleans by August 29th. People went days and days without food or any kind of help at all. Deaths ranged from heat exhaustion in attics to drowning in the street and even in the victims own home. Brooke Bond is one of the most promising and profiteering brands under Hindustan Lever which enjoys the reputation of being the largest Indian tea brand since 1869. Kelley uses several rhetorical devices such as imagery, diction, and pathos to pull her audience into the issue and invites them to join her efforts.