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Caravaners

Canada, 1978 (MIFF 1980, Programme 50)

Director: George Johnson

The story of 300 caravan convoy's journey through British Columbia. Almost all the travellers are retired folk from the U.S.A Organised by a manufacturer of caravans, the trip is staged with the precision of a military operation - there are no risks, or surprises. "What I like about it" says a WW2 veteran, "is that I don't have to think anymore".

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