A dramatic and startling documentary revealing the terrifying effects of 1989 Earthquake in San Francisco, with detailed interviews and pictures portraying the horrifying damage and suffering inflicted by the lurch of the San Andreas fault and Mother Nature. Up-Close interviews with residents who share their courageous experiences and difficulty during the first shocking moments and then how they had to endure the aftermath, fires, crumbling structures, etc. Clearly, Mother-nature gets the upper hand but the human will is even stronger, as humans bond together in the worst situations to assist each other.
Produced & Directed By Salim Khassa
Running time :52 Minutes
Film Editor : Matt Levie & Salim Khassa
Co Producer : Kevin Okuhara