This entry was posted on June 5, 2014. It was filed under Making the FilmLos crímenes de Oxford (Bestseller Internacional)
I just finished watching the film, very good stuff. It was inspiring to me because our childhoods were very similar. I also moved many times going to 9 different schools across the US. We just moved again last year from Colorado and the film really made me miss it especially the shots of the aspens in fall. I totally love the idea of a tiny house however with 3 kids still at home and my wife not being interested in the thought, maybe we will have to look into it in our retirement.
Great film, and I want to know if she actually went to New York!
July 5, 2014 at 2:15 pm
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What is home? And how do we find it? One couple’s attempt to build a Tiny House with no building experience raises questions about sustainability, good design, and the changing American Dream.
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