I’ve seen this movie about a certain group of people who met at a support group for grief and bereavement due to crimes, and somehow banded together to create a community which is supposed to be free from crimes and hate. So they all transferred at a wildlife reserves park, where they lived the traditional way, with no cellular phones or any other communications gadgets, not even electricity. It’s so unlike Active Adult Communities Georgia because they brought with them their entire households, including dogs and they left their old lives and careers just to be able to move on from their trauma and pain.
At first, I kinda liked the idea. It resembled the Amish community, only it was a far cry from that. They all wore 18th century garments and sew their own clothes. Doctors, nurses, bankers, philanthropists, teachers, curators and even engineers, had to adapt to that said community, and all its requirements. They get food the traditional way, farming and foraging as well as fishing, as there was a lake at the wildlife reserves park. However, when someone was injured, and they had to get some medicines, they sent the blind daughter of the owner of the wildlife reserves park to get help, in order to save the wounded.
Living in communities is actually a good thing, but living in it permanently is something else. But whatever people’s reason’s are, in deciding to live in communities, is solely each one’s responsibility. Surely, we need to grow but it all depends where we want to grow productively.