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How to Hop Trains to Montana During a Pandemic, on Super 8 Film

Three friends, unemployed because of COVID-19, embrace the Great Depression-era practice of illegally riding rails in search of adventure

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How to Hop Trains to Montana During a Pandemic, on Super 8 Film

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Photographer

Dennis Leupen

Camera

Canon 814 Super 8, Leica Mini 35mm, Pentax IQZoom 35mm

Film

Kodak Portra 400, Portra 160, Cinestill 50

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