Greece: The Road Taken
Adventure. Passion. Glory.Documentary / Military / Nonfiction`strong> English 1h 5m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Memoirist George Crane escaped America in the late 1960s as a conscientious objector to the Vietnam War while poet Barry Tagrin's nomadic life led him through Europe looking for adventure and danger. Fading hippies in their early 70s, they barely escaped death—Tagrin, while running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain; Crane, while almost being assassinated in a moving vehicle in Morocco. Emphatic and passionate in its inquiry, this unique documentary explores their rough childhoods, their liaisons with women, their thoughts on the nature of art and writing, and why they chose to live abroad.