Go Further (2004)

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Documentary filmmaker Ron Mann joined Hollywood actor/hemp activist Woody Harrelson as the thespian traveled up the West Coast preaching the merits of natural, organic living, the result of which is Mann's 2003 film, Go Further. In 2001, Harrelson and a group of friends and other like-minded individuals hopped on bicycles -- accompanied by a psychedelically decorated bus converted to run on hemp-seed oil -- and thus created the SOL (Simple Organic Living) Tour. Along the way, the actor made many … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Documentary, Kids & Family, Comedy, Special Interest
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Written By: Solomon Vesta, Soloman Vesta
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On DVD: May 3, 2005
Runtime:
Abramorama Entertainment - Official Site

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Critic Reviews for Go Further

All Critics (35) | Top Critics (17)

Go Further may be preaching to the converted, but this easygoing documentary promoting an 'alternative lifestyle' -- living without biotechnologically processed foods -- goes down smoothly.

Full Review… | November 19, 2004
New York Post
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A one-sided soapbox for Harrelson's eco-friendly prattle.

Full Review… | November 19, 2004
New York Daily News
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Go Further will galvanize viewers who, in Mr. Kesey's words, are already 'on the bus,' but for those who have not yet climbed aboard (or who got off long ago), it's an agreeably shaggy portrait of a thriving subculture.

Full Review… | November 18, 2004
New York Times
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Go Further meanders -- narratively as well as geographically -- all over the map.

Full Review… | November 16, 2004
Village Voice
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Without a time machine, this is as close as we'll get to visiting the '60s.

Full Review… | November 12, 2004
San Francisco Chronicle
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You want to yell 'Focus!' not at the projectionist in the booth but at the activists on the screen.

Full Review… | November 12, 2004
Seattle Times
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Audience Reviews for Go Further

Not a bad way to spend an evening...following actor/activist Woody Harrelson in raising awareness of alternative ways of living. Excellent for self diagnosis.

John Ballantine
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