A Village Called Versailles
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A Village Called Versailles
Director S. Leo Chiang takes viewers to a remote eastern New Orleans community that was the first to rebuild following Hurricane Katrina, and introduces us to the humble residents who decided to fight the government's plans for a toxic landfill near their homes. Versailles is a small village founded by Vietnamese boat people. Quietly determined, they largely kept to themselves before the storm, and quickly rebuilt afterword. It was only after discovering the government's plan to install a toxic landfill just two miles from Versailles that the villagers decided to speak out, and before… More
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"A broad, boosterish documentary that looks at the molding of this community, tempered by war and hurricane, and how it fits into the larger concept thought of as America."
‑ Burl Burlingame, Honolulu Star-Advertiser
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