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Larry in Relation to the Ground (2002)

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This film examines Larry Walter's 1982 flight over Southern California in a lawn chair. Includes audio recordings of exchanges with air-traffic controllers during the flight and aerial footage recorded on the 20th anniversary of the event.

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On July 2, 1982, Larry Walters (1949-1993) tied 45 weather balloons to his lawn chair and floated for 14 hours from his back yard in San Pedro to Long Beach -- about seven miles (as the crow flies). The soundtrack of this film is recorded conversation between Walters and an air traffic controller: Walters describes his craft, location, and descent. We see below us the view he had. Interspersed are title cards with a few words commemorating Walters and his trip. We end at the Forest Lawn columbarium where his ashes are entombed. "A man can't just sit around," he said after his flight. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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15 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Won "Best Documentary Short" at Georgetown Independent Film Festival in 2003. See more »

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