The Greater Good: A Hitchhike Perspective

This thirty two minute documentary explores the act of hitchhiking in a unique manor. Filmmaker Thomas Francine an experienced hitchhiker, having traveled over 26,000 miles through 13 countries records some of his journeys and the people he has encountered revealing to us that even though hitchhiking is now widely considered somewhat dangerous to do, he himself has never been in a dangerous situation and the same goes for the majority of people he interviews throughout the documentary.

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  1. Can anyone let me know the name of the track from the documentary that carries the lyrics ‘I know nothing about you’

    • Hey hope you see this. That track was done by my friend Tor, recorded just for the film. If you like it that much, I can send you the file. Just contact at me at (not here). I’m glad you like that song as much as I do!!

  2. Some of these fools will surely die, not from hitchhiking but from their Naivety. Try hitch hiking in some parts of dublin – see what happens. I wonder will some of these fools grow up will you tell your children to hitchhike. Its dangerous. Period. wake up

    • Great Nickname
      LISTEN I HAVE HITCHIKE 0VER 100,000 MILES in my youth and never did I have a problem but then again those were the day’s

  3. Such an uplifting documentary – after watching this, I just wanna pick up a copy of Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road”