Prior to the opening of Vancouver Expo 86, designer Bob Rogers whispered persuasively into the ear of a reporter. The journalist had been flown in to see the Canadian Pacific Pavilion, for which Rogers directed the film Rainbow War. Luring the writer away from his set itinerary, Rogers took him to see another show he had produced, Spirit Lodge, in the General Motors pavilion. "I was young and naive, and got my wrist slapped," Rogers says. "I was just trying to help these guys see all the ...
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