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A Family Makes a Home from a Shipping Container

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Grant

I loved the focus on affordable building and was really interested in learning more about the cost benefit of the sea containers vs traditional building. Ultimately, a sad story about a young couple's relationship but credit to them for trying to raise awareness for more sustainable ...Read more

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Jean

Really enjoyed this film -- made you think about the true cost of sustainability.

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Chris

Thanks for checking out our film! This project took us nearly 3 years to complete, and we hope it provides an intimate portrait of a young couple's struggle to attain sustainable and affordable housing.

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