FEMA chief may watch HBO film on Katrina
By Nedra Pickler
The Associated Press
MIAMI — Spike Lee's movie about Hurricane Katrina might just get an audience from the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but the celebrity director shouldn't necessarily expect President Bush to watch it.
FEMA director R. David Paulison said Monday that if he's not too busy grappling with hurricane season, he probably would catch Lee's film, "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," scheduled to air on HBO Aug. 21-22.
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