Canterbury Tales (2013)
1h 28min · Documentary, Adventure, Comedy · 1 January 2013
One summer's morning an unlikely band of pilgrims and occupy protesters sets out from St Paul's Cathedral bound for Canterbury, passionately wishing to repair the shredded moral fabric of their divided land. There is only one rule, no-one can be excluded. The pilgrims, one van and a retired fighting dog, brave the worst summer weather for a hundred years, as they quickly discover that changing hearts and minds is more complex than they have imagined. First they must find agreement between themselves. On an eventful and often hilarious journey, their stories unfold as they encounter hostility, hospitality, disharmony, disappointment, joy, friendship and hope while they attempt to 'Occupy Faith.' This documentary is the story of a unique journey to the lost dream of a just society.
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