I'm not a fan of docs; I'll only watch one if it's highly recommended, or my friend Doug Pray directed it. But y'all documentarists, here's a thought: tens of thousand of people from New Orleans are making new lives across the country. Take, say, a New Orleans football team that's now scattered to the winds. Follow what happens to its members. How do they adapt? What's it like to be a southerner in Ohio? Society changed what all the GI's came back from Europe in '45. How will Louisiana change when people have seen the rest of the country? How will the rest of the country change?