Twenty-something thru-hiking documentary maker Kori Feener filmed most of this 90-minute "memoir" during her 2012 thru-hike – exploring the healing aspects of the Trail as she went from "hike your own hike" to "live your own life."
From the back cover:
Sometimes the best way to let go of a troubled past is to literally walk as far away from it as possible. Hard Way Home is an intimate journey of the filmmaker as she struggles physically and emotionally to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. Filled with a cast of misfit hikers, wandering poets and other similar souls, the trek takes on surprising meaning about the values of human connection and freedom that in the process helps the filmmaker to overcome a difficult relationship. In the vein of classic first person documentary films like Sherman’s March, and Maidentrip, this documentary is a personal journey with mostly point of view cinematography that takes its audience on the experience of a lifetime.
DVD; 87 minutes.
Kori Feener. 2014.
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