The Moviegoer

Friday, September 09, 2005


From A Streetcar Named Desire to Down By Law, what many of us think about when we think about New Orleans is a result of its ongoing portrayal in movies. David Lee Simmons, culture critic for the city's alternative daily, The Gambit, talks with Brooke about the cinematic depictions of the old Big Easy that will endure as the city attempts to rebuild.

Comments [1]

Teresa Parker Farris from Tulane University, New Orleans

As I posted on your main "contact us" page, the audio file that accompanies this story is incorrect. It appears to be for another story aired on the same day, "not dot gov."

I would like to use this story's audio clip for a class that I'm teaching this fall. Would it possible to correct the link and let me know once it's up and running?

Thank you,

Aug. 20 2007 02:16 PM

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