A series of unfortunate events arise when a paranoid man and wife's dinner is interrupted by a suspected Communist. A dark comedy set during the height of the "Red Scare" in the mid 1950s Cold War Era.
Hurricane was made as a direct result of my own illogical fears of the growing threat of terrorism in the United States today. Much like the Cold War sparked the same paranoia towards Communism in the 1950s, the growing insecurity towards terrorist organizations infiltrating America in it's own backyard seems like history repeating itself. The current state of US/ Russia relations is trending toward the re-emergence of McCarthyism in some respects. Thus, Hurricane is simply a commentary on how those same feelings can cause one to imagine doomsday scenarios from the most innocuous of circumstances, like our very own Oslo Alduars (Corey Page).