I like the storyline in this movie, with all sorts of humor in people and their ways of leaving the normality of a prescribed
way of life and a job for an income. They all creatively try to be as much at ease with circumstances, as with each others
differences, while illegally in a house, entering through a hole in the ground, meeting all kinds of people of different back-
grounds, including a baby. With washing lines all over the place. One new member of the household is prejudiced and he
tries to bend the rules, at first mostly to make others meet his expectations. They're all keeping up appearances, while
sharing the same fate, more or less, somewhat willingly chosen by themselves.
Look how one of the men is working on a mockup, a design for homes, that are all identical and how this way of living is
romantically discussed, with views on human kindness, willing to share communal life as a foundation for their wellbeing.
While we, as Westerners and citizens, involved in modern lifestyles and the madness of a treadmill, seeing what it does to us,
at least when speaking from my own point of view, are longing to leave it behind and to find solutions to return to the ways
of living, which the people in this movie long to leave, for the sake of America's dream, that is now turning into a nightmare.
There seems to be truth in that there's nothing new under the sun, or is there a new way presenting itself, under a new sun?
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