Resembling nothing so much as a feature-length public-access-cable show, Eric Saperston's video diary is nonetheless sort of inspiring, in a roundabout way. Its message, however, seems far different from the one filmmaker thought he was delivering. In 1993, recent college graduate Saperston bought a 1971 Volkswagen minibus and hit the road with his golden retriever, Jack. Initially planning to follow a Grateful Dead tour and keep a cross-country journal that might help him decide what to do with his life, Saperston soon expanded his notion. Armed with a videocamera and a laptop, and accompanied by his best friend, college-dropout Dave Murcott, Saperston resolved to m...