|Directed by Elise Swerhone|
|Canada, 1979 (documentary, 28 minutes, colour, English)|
"After eighteen years of operating the favourite lunch counter in Manitoba's Interlake region, Ellen and Martin Kihn have retired. A poignant look at the last day, the Kihns, their friends and their customers, demanding rural life and the place the disappearing institution of the country café plays in these people's lives. A tribute to the cafés found in small towns."
-- Winnipeg Film Group (source)