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Topic - Larry Clark
A film by "Kids" director Larry Clark set in a small Texan town and to be released online only has taken the top award at Rome's film festival.
Birdland residents are frustrated that they could once again be facing the specter of flooded homes, 17 years after discussions began on building a new levee to protect their small Des Moines neighborhood.
"There is quite a bit of frustration," Mr. Clark said Wednesday. "It takes 17 years to fix a levee? C'mon."