REVIEW: Biggest Little Farm a beautiful doc


Documentarian John Chester’s incredible documentary about his move with his wife Molly to develop a sustainable farm is truly mystical.

They work to build a better life together for themselves and their animals on 200 acres outside L.A., which in itself presents problems.

Winner of the audience award at both the AFI and Palm Springs Film Festivals, it’s a film that delves into everything from a love of animals and their rights to our own failures as humans.

The Biggest Little Farm is the soaring, beating heart of a documentary you’re going to love, and you won’t be able to forget it.

It has a narrative like a feature film and tension like one to, a credit to the crafty, intricate direction and amiable nature of John Chester and his wife.

This movie is one of my favourites, and a definite crowd-pleaser.

4/5 Stars


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