No Destination: a new indie movie about delivering tea

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How you can help bring an intriguing-sounding new movie to life.

No Destination is a fascinating-looking new feature from Reel Soul Movies, that’s being made with the support of the BFI, Illumination Films and Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine.

It follows the extraordinary true story of two young men at the height of the Cold War, who set off from India and walked 8,000-miles to America. Their goal was to deliver ‘peace tea’ to the leaders of the world’s nuclear powerhouses. Inspired by the writings of Gandhi and the actions of Bertrand Russell, they took no money and depended instead on the kindness of strangers, to show that as humans we are all connected and even the deepest divisions can be overcome. It feels a wonderful and immediate story that is as essential today as it was 50 years ago when their adventure began.

The aim of the No Destination crowdfunding campaign is to move the film from its current development status into production. On the Crowdfunder page, you can find a well-researched breakdown of what, all money raised will go towards. This includes bringing on some key crew members, locally and internationally to ensure that No Destination is put in the best possible position to succeed throughout filming and upon its release.

Here is the link to the Crowdfunder page where you can see all the different ways you can support this fantastic project, and you can also keep up with the production process via Twitter @movies_soul and Instagram @reelsoulmovies.

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