When you have to bury the dead, 'cause you can't make a living as a dairy farmer anymore, and vegan hippies try to find their peace in a hidebound village, life starts to reveal its ... See full summary »
This docu series is so well conceived, narrated and filmed, it's astonishing. Within a few minutes, it brings you extremely close to these people and their lives, and it lets you feel the beauty and the thrill of ordinary things. And in doing so, the film transcends what it shows. You are being transported to some magical state where you seem to understand life on a fundamental level, while at the same time you realize how unexplicable and wondrous human existence is. The funny thing is that the documentay itself at no point gets philosophical or emotional. It's like a play by Samuel Beckett. The tone never gets juicy. What you see are totally dry observations. But from minute one you will be on the edge of your seat.