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"Four More Feet" (Movie Series)

I didn't get a chance to hike with Randy but I know quite a few of our members did and I thought some of you might be interested in seeing this movie. I watched the teaser and thought it was great. Watch the movie and support some worthy causes. Use this listing if you want to communicate and coordinate with other members of the group.

ABOUT THE MOVIE:

The information below is from Randy's website.

This past winter, I set out to summit all 48 of New Hampshire’s peaks over 4,000 feet high in just one single winter season. Filmmaker Dina Sutin chose to capture this trek on film because she believed there was a compelling story for her to discover and share. The resulting documentary delivers a journey from exhilaration to exhaustion, and ultimately triumph! With a backdrop of the White Mountains’ most majestic winter moments, it showcases the experience shared by Quinn, Justin Fuller, myself, and many other hikers along the path.

We understood the challenge going into the quest: no blind person had ever climbed the 48 and only 46 people had ever achieved this feat in a single winter season. I would set out with Quinn and the support of some pretty incredible other hikers to demonstrate both canine and human potential. I’m very proud of the achievement and the support which made it possible but I think that Dina’s film has more than matched that accomplishment.

The name “Four More Feet” is meaningful on several levels. It obviously refers to the four-paw drive of the Mighty Quinn who was a substantial part of the success. Then, he might look at it as the four feet of myself and Justin, who was unquestionably the most fundamental human element of my successful finish. But the most powerful part of the name, I think, is unveiled in the movie’s message about perseverance to accomplish difficult goals.

For me, each time I share the experience of her film, I get to relive the “hikes” into history with some new friends along the trails. So I hope you’ll take a look at our homepage or the movie page for Four More Feet and come experience the journey with me and the Mighty Quinn!

GET YOUR TICKETS:

Doors open at 6:00 PM. Film starts at 7:00 PM.

There will be a Question & Answer Session after the 50 minute film.

To order advance tickets please email [masked].

  • Adults: $8 in advance – $10 at the door
  • Children (12 years and under): $5
  • Senior Citizens (65 years over): $5

*100% of ticket proceeds go to support the 2020 Vision Quest Charity.

ABOUT THE THEATER:

Chunky’s Cinema Pub
151 Coliseum Avenue
Nashua, NH 03063

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  • Michael B.

    It turns out that I have to work tonight (have to make the money to buy the gear) so I won't be there. I hope you get a chance to talk with Randy. If you guys want to coordinate getting together with the other randomites that might be there use this message section to make plans.

    October 24, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      Michael, did you purchase an advance ticket thats now available? cause I just received reply email from Jennifer Streck at 2020visionquest that the show tonight is SOLD Out.

      October 24, 2012

    • KarenZ

      I just called the theater and they do not have tickets, so if you don't have your tickets you cannot get in.

      October 24, 2012

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