A portrait of the world as lensed through the works of farmer, writer and activist Wendell Berry.
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Many of the black and white archival photos used throughout the film were photographed by longtime Berry friend James Baker Hall. See more
It's the lack of imagination that my father talks about. It's not really looking at what's happening. It's not really counting the cost. It's some kind of dream or ideal that is false. It serves an economy that is false. And it works against nature so it's not in any way sustainable and it's made slaves out of a lot of people.