New York, Monday 29th of October 2012, the arrival of Hurricane Sandy is imminent. Called “Frankenstorm” by the American press, Halloween’s party wrecker approaches. The entire East cost is holding its breath. In the morning New York wakes up pummeled, deserted, and exhausted. The southern half of Manhattan is without power; all public transportation is closed. It is a ghost town that slowly regains its strength. Vincent Couderc
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