This is a 750 km long road movie about the meaning of life. It is a film about choosing a life style different to most other people and being brave doing things nobody else dares. Like having tattoos, living with your child on a boat but not paying rent, being rich and powerful but always fighting for justice and the poor, saying exactly what´s on your mind, choosing the life of a Hare Krishna monk free from materialism. Or, like me, after being a home dad with two toddlers living in one of the most deprived -but friendly-areas in England, setting off on a journey of discovery with the youngest daughter in a pram, walking from Manchester to London. Together with an English partner, Georgia with a posh accent, who is six weeks pregnant.
This is also a documentary trying to figure out the English who are still dominated by class, accents and whether you went to a public school (private) or not. I ask everyone we meet on the journey three questions, how do you define a typical English person, why is it so big gaps between the rich and poor in England and what do you think about our journey? The answers are as divided and diverse as the new England of today with a big and interesting immigrant population like in Birmingham and Moss Side. The strong personalities are many.
Since it is a road movie, most interviews, conversations and speakers are done walking. Everything happens right now. It is a positive and funny film set in England that questions modern life and the hunt for more money, status and trying to be perfect. It is a film that inspires others to dare to live life to its fullest and not be like everybody else.