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Released 2004

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Director:
Ron Mann
Released:
2004
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Go Further sends a well-known Hollywood actor across the Pacific Northwest on a bio-filled school bus to spread the word about a just cause. This documentary film directed by Ronn Mann puts actor Woody Harrelson on an eco-friendly bus with other environmentalists to campaign on making the planet greener. The film starts with Woody convincing a junk-food addict Tom Ballanco to join him on his tour. They start in Seattle, Washington, where after speaking to university students about off-shore drilling, manage to add a yoga-teacher Renee Loux Underkoffler to their ensemble. The next stop is the University of Oregon where they meet a raw food chef Steve Clark, who agrees to tour with them and to provide the group with some healthy meals. The bus makes a quick stop in California's Humboldt County to refill its tank with hemp seed oil. There, they meet pothead and hemp-activist Allen Meyer, who decides to finish the tour with them. After speaking in Santa Barbara to a crowd of over 2000 people, the group heads to their final stop in L.A. They meet other famous green artists along their journey, including musicians Anthony Kiedis and Dave Matthews, who end the film with some thoughts of their own about the planet.moreless

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  • 70

    Los Angeles Times

    Amusing and informative.

  • 70

    Variety Joe Leydon

    Unquestioning agitprop for vegetarianism, hemp fiber, solar energy, sustainable organic living and other causes espoused by actor-activist Woody Harrelson.

  • 60

    The New York Times

    Mr. Harrelson seems appealingly goodhearted, but his naïve idealism leaves him always on the edge of self-parody.

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