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LONG GONE

USA, 2003 (MIFF 2003, Documentaries)

Director: Jack Cahill, David Eberhardt

Intertwining stories of six tramps who hop freight trains to travel across America, Long Gone presents a portrait of contemporary 'hobos' struggling to overcome their pasts, haunting war memories, substance abuse, shattered marriages and criminal warrants.

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