In 1970, 1,500 hippies and their guru Stephen Gaskin founded a commune in rural Tennessee. Members forked over their savings, grew their own food, delivered their babies at home and built a self-sufficient society. Born and raised in this alternative community, sisters Rena and Nadine return for the first time since leaving in 1985. Finally ready to face the past after years of hiding their upbringing, they chart the rise and fall of America’s largest utopian socialist experiment in their own family tree. (USA, 2013, 90 min., Documentary Feature)
Rena Mundo Croshere & Nadine Mundo
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