Gordon Family Tree (2013)
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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.
A picaresque series of episodes, ala Huckleberry Finn and Jim down the Mississippi, but here it's a road trip as a man finds himself through personal, sometimes casual but always meaningful encounters. It's Everyman's life story where the conflict between self vs. the world proves yet once again, we have to be well thought of by our friends so we can think well of ourselves....and whether we're accepting the challenges life brings us.
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