A Monfils Pictures, MNC Wireless Production Presents:

There Must Be Some Kind of Way Outta Here : The Story of Tim Page

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It was as though life itself was an extended plot or in hindsight some cartoon driven adventure flick.
— Tim Page
Photo Morgan Roberts

Photo Morgan Roberts

The Sixties was a decade of extremes, transformational change and bizarre contrasts: flower children and assassins, idealism and alienation, rebellion and backlash. From Kennedy to Martin Luther King, Kent State to the summer of love, the English invasion and the bloody war in Vietnam… the world would never be the same.

‘There Must Be Some Kind of Way Out of Here’ (working title) is a feature documentary that takes you on a journey through history through the eyes of infamous war photographer Tim Page, reliving his hedonistic adventures and accidental yet enduring friendships, a panoply of characters that include Ron Kovik, Roger Steffens, Harlan K. Ullman, Joe Galloway and George Hamilton. 

Tim Page taking on the role of narrator/story-teller, the film starts with the transformational times of the Sixties, to the dark realities that decade has led us to today.

The film paints a moving portrait of a life well lived through a decade riddled with turmoil, from the glamour of war to the religion of music, to the lies, fears and regrets of a generation, as we hold up this mirror image of history, and take stock of where we find ourselves today.

It’s gonna be one hell of a trip. 

Photo Sean Flynn

Photo Sean Flynn

Acid confuses the sequences of time and memory
— Tim Page

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