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The Biggest Little Farm Review - Feel good documentary

I love a feel good documentary and received a recommendation to watch "The Biggest Little Farm". What’s not to like, in fact I have watched twice now!


It includes wildlife and farm life together, the yin and yang of making changes and the implications they bring. Growing your own food and how the ecosystems of nature, nurture and life work together.




It’s a visually stunning and emotionally engaging documentary chronicling the journey of John and Molly, as they leave urban life to establish a sustainable farm, in California. The cinematography beautifully captures the landscapes and wildife, providing a backdrop to the couple's challenges and successes. It explores themes of biodiversity, and the interconnectedness of ecosystems, promoting the importance of sustainable agriculture. With its educational value, the film delivers an inspirational message, showing the positive impact of regenerative farming practices and the possibilities of creating harmony with nature. Showing that we can live together with nature, if only we, collectively made a bit more effort.


I watched this via Netflix, it is available on other channels, if you do a bit of research. Would love to know what you think? I would give it an 8/10.

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