This would be an interesting document on one farmers attempt to save the family farm in the age of increasingly corporate farming, but it turns out its much more than that. Its also a history of family who came late to farming and struggled through three generations to hang on to it. Its also something of a history of American farming itself. But really, this is a movie about farmer John Peterson, who is a farmer who could probably do a great job arranging your furniture. He eats dirt. He dresses in what could only be called celebratory clothing. And he loves the earth. Its inspiring; its a testament to an Americans right to free expression; and its an interesting lesson in what communities can do when presented with farming as a moral problem.