This cinema is not like any other. The films on the bill almost never change. In tribute to the victims of the 1900 hurricane, a 27-minute documentary recounts the terrible tragedy that shook Galveston and that remains to this day the greatest natural disaster in the United States. Instructive and rather well done. The second film offered to the audience is much lighter. It lasts only 18 minutes and tells the story of the famous French pirate Jean Lafitte, considered a hero by some Americans and a traitor by others. The short film directed by Grant Mitchell opens up other avenues for reflection, even if the actors' acting is sometimes terribly bad. Two films for a better knowledge of Galveston's history.
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