It was a such a film week for me. I went to another film screening. This time it was for "Who is Bozo Texino?" by Bill Daniel. It all starts with "Bozo Texino" which is a drawing seen on boxcars for more than 80 years (a long time before kids started painting colorful pieces on sides of boxcars with spray paint). It has been a mysterious secret society with its underground world of hobo and rail worker drawing/writing on them.I guess the Hobo culture has inspired a lot of the freight writers. They don't hop on trains but their pieces travel through America (depending on the lines, some go to Mexico and Canada as well). Many of them learn which yard and which cars to paint so it gets travel. And nowadays, you can even track the car with the car numbers online or call the company. This film makes me want to hop on a freight train and disappear.. Great film!