An invitation to the "Greetings Harvest Balle" begins a surreal road trip through 1970 Chapel Hill, NC. Bruce Holsten picks up hippie Howard Singerman, encounters a construction worker played by Frank Klingberg, a World War One doughboy (Jim Vernon), and rescues two girls (Lesslie Snell and Margot Freeman) from the side of the road.
The critics said:
"A cross between a military campaign and a cheese danish"
A transfer of the Super-8 film made in 1970, made by Avant-8: a group of extremely serious filmmakers including Eric Eyre, Douglas Harned, Phil Manire and Bruce Holsten.
Based on the Wallace Stevens poem "13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird". The blackbird is replaced by a cup of expresso drunk at 13 different cafés in Lille France. Filmed in Paris and Lille France, with students in the N.C. State University- Université Catholique de Lille study-abroad program in 2004.
Everyone has a double, and in particular everyone has a French double-- or so says Tew-- a student in the N.C. State University-Université Catholique de Lille study-abroad program. Who is your French double?