Release Date: 2012
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 16 min
After the Mississippi River flood in 1927, many rural Southern blacks migrated north and created new music.
Director: Bill Morrison
At its best, The Great Flood is hypnotic — at its worst, numbing. show more
The movie on its own is great, but with this music it's sublime. show more
Even in comparatively conventional mode, Bill Morrison's work still benefits from the poetic potential of nature's repossession of its own elements. show more