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The Biggest Little Farm
John Chester and Molly Chester




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Director John Chester, his wife Molly and their dog Todd attempt to turn 200 acres of land outside Los Angeles into a sustainable farm. The couple document their quest to work in harmony with the land as well as ward off pests, predators and wildfires to protect their crops and animals.

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Overview

Director John Chester, his wife Molly and their dog Todd attempt to turn 200 acres of land outside Los Angeles into a sustainable farm. The couple document their quest to work in harmony with the land as well as ward off pests, predators and wildfires to protect their crops and animals.

Main Cast & Crew

John Chester - Director
John Chester
Molly Chester

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Run Time: 91
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 191329116685
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (mild thematic elements and brief language)
  • Release Date: August 2019

Related Categories:
Movies > Education/General Interest
Movies > Nature/Wildlife

Related Keywords:
Self-Discovery
Animals
Documentary
Nature
Couples

 

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Reviews:
"[A]udiences will almost surely breathe a little easier after tuning in to this inspirational story of one couple who made an impact by entirely rethinking their ecological footprint." - 09/01/2018 Variety


"An autobiographical documentary account of a couple’s ambitious, life-changing enterprise that starts out on an almost unbearably cutesy, goody-goody note eventually morphs into something stirringly admirable..." - 09/09/2018 Hollywood Reporter


"THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM is most fascinating as an account of people who made a dream come true, then realized that keeping it alive is hard, often heartbreaking work." - 05/10/2019 RogerEbert.com


"[It may] revive your wonder at the weird but ultimately awe-inspiring ways in which humans can help nature do its work." - 05/09/2019 New York Times

 

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