This could be the first BugOut movie ever made. This family just happened to be on a camping trip all ready…. but by all means this movie addresses a typical BugOut situation. Might be some pointers for us all in this great classic. . . EDITOR
Published on Sep 29, 2012
A family of four leaves Los Angeles for a camping trip just before nuclear bombs destroy the city. As lawlessness prevails, the father must fight to keep his family alive.
Freedom is a film about a quest for total freedom in 12 steps (based on the zodiac signs) and doesn’t stop with easy answers. This film is available for free, even though it is my only source of income, because I want to live in a world where people share rather then sell. “Be the change you want to see” is one of the quotes in the film. I think sharing is the next step in human evolution and I am convinced that is what I have to do with all of my work.
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Featured image: Pharmacist at People’s Drug Store, No. 5, 8th and H Streets, N.E., Washington, D.C., looking at prescriptions(?) on the counter in room lined with shelves of pharmacy bottles. Date: Between 1909-1032. SOURCE Library of Congress (Public Domain)
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A CBS mini-series dramatization of the controversial 1992 attack by federal agents on the Idaho home of Randy Weaver, a white separatist. It was based on the book “Every Knee Shall Bow” by reporter Jess Walter and starred Laura Dern as Vicki, Kirsten Dunst as Sara and Randy Quaid as Randy. It was originally aired as “Ruby Ridge – An American Tragedy”
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