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The latest instalment from the Absolutely Canadian film series brings the community of Lund, B.C. to the screen in the documentary The End of the Road.
The village just north of Powell River was the home of American hippies, free spirits and anti-Vietnam war types who arrived after fleeing from the politics of late 60s America.
The documentary tells the story of the community’s growth since that first wave of settlers in the 60s with footage collected by Tai Uhlmann, whose parents were part of the migration.
“It was complete freedom. It was naked on the beach, it was running feral with your
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