Hurricane Matthew was a category 5 hurricane that wrought widespread destruction along the East Coast in the beginning of October 2016. It was the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. We take a look into the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Savannah, Georgia and the surrounding areas. Through all the catastrophe and damage, many people stepped up and pulled together for the greater good. Sometimes it takes a storm like Hurricane Matthew to shake things up and shine light on the good will that always prevails from human nature. If nothing else, Matthew can teach us how to better prepare for similar situations in the future. It can teach us how tight-nit our communities really are, and how we can grow from it together.

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Running Time
7 minutes
Short, Documentary
Patrick Rippman
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «Regrowth» (22)

Beverly P. avatar
Beverly P.

i loved this movie. i saw previews for it months ago and totally forgot about it. im so happy it showed up tonight

Deborah Salazar avatar
Deborah Salazar

This movie is everything I had hoped it to be and far, far more. Literally every choice they made while making it was a right one.

Diana Fields avatar
Diana Fields

It was a great movie. Nice story and good acting.

Eric Black avatar
Eric Black

Enjoy it for what it is! I can only say that I tremendously enjoyed it from start to finish.

Sandra Harper avatar
Sandra Harper

I don't review movies often. This film is an exception to my rule because it was so good.

Daniel avatar

Good cast. Great job. Good movie to pass the time.

Stephen N. avatar
Stephen N.

Overall a great movie. Plenty of people have left reviews of this movie, so there’s not much else to say about it.

Jordan Ross avatar
Jordan Ross

So, what makes this film different? It's smart, focused, and suspenseful.

William Knight avatar
William Knight

Very good movie. I would watch it again.