Part one of two from this full length documentary.
Part two of two from this full length documentary.
My commitment was merely to getting away from being enmeshed in the money system. I wanted a certain amount of independence to do things I wanted and the best way I could see of doing this was to produce as much of my own food and other necessities as possible, so I wasn't involved in working regular hours for anyone.– Member of the intentional community
It's a minority that's growing at a rate which I think is alarming a lot of straight people, and is alarming a lot of people in industry and in business and in government.– Member of the intentional community
When you get down to actually growing things, when you are involved in the basic food cycle, I feel that you've got much more control over your own destiny.– Member of the intentional community
My idea is to have these labour-saving things, to free me to get out and enjoy all these real things we've got.– Member of the intentional community
Lots of the people who are back in the country now come from cities, and they've driven cars and they've had a lot of money. They've had the things that our technology has given them and they didn't much like it.– Member of the intentional community
We're part of the cycle, we're part of the order of things. And you can't disturb the order.– Member of the intentional community
In the city I keep getting this feeling that I'm being got at all the while, that I'm not up to standard.– Member of the intentional community