"Innocent Interlude" takes you on a amazing tour of Portland, Maine on the eve of major change. In 1940-41, city officials made a remarkable series of color films of life around Portland. They captured longshoreman unloading ships on the waterfront, a soap box derby on Park Avenue, ice skating at Deering Oaks Park and much more. "Innocent Interlude" captures how people worked and played more than eighty years ago and documents numerous locations around the city. This 60-minute video provides a rare color, moving glimpse of life in Portland in the years between the Depression and World War II. Narrated by historian Joel Eastman. DVD. 60 minutes.