Documentary filmmaker Chris Smith (American Movie, American Job) tackles the issues of home and stability (in the literal sense) in his new film Home Movie - a collective examination of five of the most eccentric houses spread throughout America. The film takes an intimate approach in presenting a mosaic of colorful characters and their approaches to making a house a home. The end result is a plethora of engaging diatribes on the meaning of "home," delivered in grand passion by the members of the various households.
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