Tai Uhlmann 112 min.
“It’s the end of the road and people at the end of their line come to Lund.”...Peter Behr
In today's political landscape, this film couldn't be more relevant!
Follow this real life group of American Vietnam war resisters and free-spirited Canadians and Europeans, escaping conformity and comfort for greener pastures. Not only did this eclectic group of dreamers, artists and intellectuals find Lund, Canada, they accidentally found each other.
Overeducated, underemployed and ill-equipped, this adventurous crew finds love, shares lovers and experiments with everything!
What ensues is a testament to anyone with conviction who has had their idealism challenged with the reality of the grindingly exhausting struggle to provide heat, shelter, food, water, raise children and love unconventionally.
Not always a Utopia, the film follows their evolution from dropouts to community leaders and is filled with vintage film, photographs, original artwork and music created by those who were there.
Even if you have never peed in an outhouse or attended a home birth, you are going to want to see this film!