The Biggest Little Farm

sjerin

Have you seen it? I went to see it in a theater yesterday and thought it was well done--the photography was especially beautiful. Basically it's a type of light documentary about a couple who buys a dried-up, useless farm and with the help of a mentor and lots of volunteers makes it green, viable and bio-diverse. It's a little short on details for me, but that might make the movie too long and dry. (No pun intended.) Anyway, I found it very entertaining and wish them well.

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rob333 (zone 7a)

I hadn't even heard of it. It looks interesting and has great reviews. I appreciate the personal endorsement.

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bpath reads banned books too

Our community center will be showing it, with discussion afterwards I imagine. Sounds good.

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sjerin

I had never heard of it either. Friend found it on Rotten Tomatoes where it received a 91% score.

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