Freemont Gordon isn't passionate about his successful Architecture job in Los Angeles. After he turns 30, he finds his job isn't enough and he quits and goes on a road trip. Along the way, ...
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Freemont Gordon isn't passionate about his successful Architecture job in Los Angeles. After he turns 30, he finds his job isn't enough and he quits and goes on a road trip. Along the way, he meets the most amazing and generous everyday folks. Freemont shows his thanks by building secret tree houses for the families in hopes of giving their kids fun places to play. Freemont finds that doing what he loves is what matters most. Written by
Writer/Producer Ryan Schwartzman plays the son of Dr. Burke Gordon in "Gordon Family Tree." Dr. Burke Gordon is played by Ryan's former Theatre Teacher in HIgh School, Warren Rosenaur. The role is also named after Ryan's AP Literature teacher in High School, Milton Burke. See more »
This is an excellent family movie that is relevant to where many are...at a crossroads. It gives the viewer a visual forum, with names and faces to put to their own emotions as this movie taps many emotions and places we find ourselves in on a daily basis.
Well thought out; carefully executed and visually delightful. Thought-provoking, heart-rendering and worthy of seeing.
The visuals are REAL. The actors ARE these characters on film. You are taken on a leisurely and compelling journey from beginning to end, with laughter, tears, angst and relief...all the way. Need I say more? Watch this with your family and discuss it afterwards. A perfect family-night movie.
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