Documentary | USA | 2006
42nd Hof International Film Festival
From Walt Whitman to THELMA AND LOUISE, the open road has long been a fixture of the American imagination. And of all mediums, none are more reverent or enduring than the classic road movie. Writers, actors and directors in the genre discuss these movies, from GRAPES OF WRATH and SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS to BONNIE AND CLYDE and PARIS, TEXAS. The film puts together clips from dozens of these films and offers insights on classic road movies from a number of people in the film industry.