This is a super 8 movie from 1984 made by Stewart Home & Pete Horobin. On one level it brings back the image of the tramps who used to wander around the Scottish Highlands pushing their belongings in prams, but it is also a kind of blank but funny take on the the Lone Wolf & Cub series of Samurai movies with titles like Baby Cart In The Land of Demons, Baby Cart In Peril, Baby Cart Goes To Hades and Baby Cart At The River Styx. This film was originally shot for silent showing but I've added some minimal beats. It was shot on out-of-date film stock and a very cheap camera. It also suffers from poor transfer to digital but this is the only copy I have right now. I don't think it was ever publicly shown after being finished. About 6 or 7 years ago I digitised it with Pete Horobin by projecting it and filming it on a digital camera. Horobin added his own soundtrack and distributed the result on privately circulated DVDs soon after we did this using the original title PRAM 84. I have shortened the original film and given it a new title to differentiate it from the version that Horobin privately circulated, which I view as too long. I also disliked the music track he added. I assume Horobin prefers his version, just as I prefer mine. At the end of the day this is more of a historical curiosity than anything else. The pram featured in this short originally belonged to Filipino artist David Medalla and I rescued it from a London house he had squatted at some point in the 1970s, and which he'd moved on from prior to 1984. Medalla had left many possessions behind including a number of his live art props but also hundreds of copies of Mao's Little Red Book (presumably relics from the period when he was active with Artists For Democracy). Returning to the short I made with Horobin, the shots of Aberdeen and Kirkcaldy from more than 30 years ago show quite a change between then and now. The other locations - Dysart and Lumsden (home of the Scottish Sculpture Workshop) and the Aberdeenshire countryside outside Lumsden are more immediately recognisable.