Twenty-Five miles from town, a million miles from mainstream society, a loose-knit community of eco-pioneers, teenage runaways, war veterans and drop-outs, live on the fringe and off the grid, struggling to survive with little food, less water and no electricity, as they cling to their unique vision of the American dream...
An insightful study of an alternative American lifestyle; The Stulbergs, whose film's stunning look is a combination of good cinematography and a majestic New Mexican landscape, achieved marvelous access to what has to be a very closed and insular community, given where and how the inhabitants choose to live. The various characters come to vivid life. --John Anderson, Variety
This doc's co-directors, brother and sister, have wandered upon a terrific subject: 16 square miles of New Mexico desert that's home to a ragtag group of anarchists who wouldn't be out of place in Mad Max. --Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out NY