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Garbage Warrior will not give you the latest cutting edge information about sustainable design (though it certainly is a great primer), nor is it a full biography of Mr.Read more ›
Other than that, this is one heck of a great documentary!
You can't watch this movie without becoming immediately obsessed with Earthships. My wife and weren't even half way through this film when we had to start pausing it to discuss ways we might one day incorporate some of the ideas presented in this film into our own property.
The struggle against the local planning board will appeal to your inner libertarian.
In the end though, the Garbage Warrior won of course! Yaaaaaayyyyy!!!!
You must see this film!
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I have always hated waste and so the notion of "Earthships" is intriguing to me. However this movie leaves some things to be desired. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Linda R. Hendrex
Uplifting, inspiring. Visionary genius experiments with different building designs in the New Mexico desert using natural and recycled materials, and also develops a housing model... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Cavanaugh
Very interesting. Great ideas, exhausting obstacles. I want to build such a home, if I could find the land that is doable. Courageous.Published 15 months ago by wudzwomn
Excellent information, but can do without the language. Sad too because if it wasn't for the language would recommend it to sooo many people.Published 18 months ago by Beloved
Story of Michael Reynolds of New Mexico who builds homes out of drink cans, tires, and plastic bottles. They are called 'Earth Ships'. Read morePublished 20 months ago by ellison
Loved this - fascinating. We had one of his houses. Everyone should have one!!!!!Published 22 months ago by Abigail Collins
I was hoping the movie would be more about the inner workings of earthships and less about the political fight for experimental buildings which is why I'm only giving it 3 stars. Read morePublished 23 months ago by J. Brown
Loved it! Engaging & likable. Michael Reynolds is a genius in his own right, and so is the director of this absolutely fascinating documentary.
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