As of November 2018 wildfire ripped through the California town of Paradise, has killed 86 people and destroyed more than 18,000 buildings, including, of course, many of the residents’ homes. If you have never even suffered from a major natural disaster to imagine the emotions, not to mention the monetary costs of such an event it is almost impossible. Ron Howard voltage and sometimes disturbing documentary reconstruction paradise brings the suffering of those who have lost so much closer to home. It ‘a film that tries to Incite compassion, a sentiment that seems to be our nation these days in short supply. The devastating event-by fires became known as the source on Camp Creek Road in Butte County was caused by a faulty transmission line Pacific Gas and Electric, threw sparks around fast forest fire. The sequence that opens the film, the most shocking. The fire was moving so fast that if the citizens of Paradise (a city with a population of about 26,500) had to evacuate Require said there was no time to pack objects. Video shot from vehicles is a morning sky so blackened with the smoke would be mistaken for midnight. Even more frightening is the sense of bright orange flame closing quickly and from all sides. The accompanying audio is particularly worrying: Woman praying to be spared for their home; another simply sobs. This is the part of paradise to observe the reconstruction, which are the most difficult. Although the material is thoroughly prepared, obviously with the aim of protecting the privacy and avoid sensationalism victims of this opening section it is so onerous that could avert attempts. But the reconstruction Paradise mainly provides the promise of hope of his title. Howard interviewed on with those who survived the fire as a way to provide a window into how individuals and communities following a disaster. Many of the survivors have found their way into shelters or FEMA provided housing in outside of paradise communities, and, finally, or return home as in them, often, the places where their charred houses once stood, remained well little to save. One woman lost all possessions except an angel figure and a shot glass decorated with the face of John Wayne. Glass is a collection of about 70, although she notes used when only one will make it through the fire, she’s glad it was Wayne. The steadfastness of the people of Paradise, given the roadblocks of government agencies, PG & E insincere apologies for the damage and heartache caused by their negligence, a president who launched the mentioned publicly in their city as “pleasure” because it couldn ² ‘t bother you recall the backbone of the documentary Howard forms present name. There are Woody Culleton who moved to Paradise from the Bay Area in 1981, was an alcoholic at the time, but he sobered up in 1984 and eventually worked for the office. “I believe that the city was drunk the mayor to be,” he says. Culleton was one of the first citizens paradise a subject to a license to rebuild and will be granted in the form of tractor breaks ground on his property, he starts to cry. He easily embarrassed, but admits that everything unexpressed emotion had been assured for months. Howard is particularly sensitive banded into how the community together after the disaster, eager to help them and their city for a normal semblance to get by. At present, after reconstruction heaven, they are not even close. However, they have amazing progress, and they believe so much in their city, which they refuse to. Howard camera follows Michelle John School Board that all district students are taken into account and have a place as she tries to do so, temporarily in one of the nearby schools. And they make it possible for graduates to complete their school grounds, something everyone had just hoped for losing her husband to a heart attack a few days after the ceremony. This is the way life works: his good fortune to be a catastrophic event for survival does not necessarily protect you from future heartache. Rebuilding Paradise recognizes that, although it has also accepted a cautious optimism. This is a movie about how life goes on, despite what they were getting burned.