Watch We Can't Go Home Again
- 1 hr 28 min
We Can’t Go Home is a 1976 movie. The movie is an experimental rather than mainstream film. Film professor Nicholas Ray directed the movie in collaboration with his film students at Binghamton University. Nicholas lived with his students in an off-campus house. Ray and his students play fictionalized versions of themselves in the film. The purpose of the film was to serve as an example of Ray’s idea that film making should be a communal project. Different versions the film were made in 1972, 1973 and 1976. The 1976 version is the most well-known version of the film. Ray was still working on the movie when he died in 1979.