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A very nicely done film -- timely, insightful, good footage and interviews, commentary, well put together -- documenting a collection of values and perspectives that create a potent alternative to a society ideologically driven by market-fundamentalism...

Posted by Ben @ 06:08 PM on February 10, 2011

I want to let you know how much your movie touched my heart. It's Awesome... and I want to thank you personally for making it. No better time than right now to have this as a reminder of what is REALLY important in life.

sending Love of the highest vibration... blessings.

madison township, PA.

Posted by Reiki Grand Master @ 10:22 PM on February 09, 2011

I watched "Back to the Garden" yesterday and i love this film! Thanks for this oportunity.

Posted by Mahjong @ 09:49 AM on February 08, 2011

Mr TiVo, one of those technologies from the grid, let me see Back to the Garden in the comfort of the living room this afternoon. A salve to the soul. Beautiful, Kevin, just really well done. Congratulations.

Posted by Lucy Mohl @ 03:02 AM on February 05, 2011

I have always beleived in Peace and love and now in my golden years am living no other way but my own. I am a flower child and a tree hugging dirt worshipper. I believe in Fairies, Elves and things unseen.I believe that there are more people in this world that are awakening to the fact that things need to change and in order to change things we need to be the change we are looking for . It is up to us to live in our heart not our mind. Love is the higest vibration and we are all one. Peace to all.. This movie is needed at this time and place.Thanks to everyone who made this .

Posted by Rebecca DiNolfi @ 10:20 AM on January 27, 2011

Irene, We might have not have been on that same Haight-Ashbury tour bus, but my family too, drove through the Haight excitedly pointing out the long-haired folks like animals at the zoo. Who knows maybe it was the seed for the making of the film...thanks for your generous comments Irene! kevin

Posted by kevin @ 02:07 PM on January 24, 2011

When I saw my first real-live hippies from a tour bus window in Haight-Ashbury with my vacationing family in the mid-sixties, I KNEW my path in life. As soon as I was living on my own, I grew my own food and have not watched TV since.I raised 3 kids in the country and now have grandkidz. All still living the alternitive life-style or with progressive hearts and minds...

When the people of the Earth seem hell-bent on their paths of bringing on complete collapse of our good Earth through mindless acts, it's reassuring to see the Earth Children documented in your film. Thank you for telling OUR story!

Posted by Irene Skyriver @ 11:00 AM on January 23, 2011

Your film arrived. My daughter Natalie and I liked it a lot. I liked the structure of the film, the choice of people and the subtle work you did as documentary journalist to add your personal view.

The power of those people is great. We need those positive messages.

Cecile, Muttenz, Switzerland

Posted by Cecile Speitel @ 12:00 AM on January 21, 2011

Anxious to see your film. Lived at Tolstoy for one summer. Wish I could re-connect with the Golden family. They are on my mind a lot these days. Spending lots of time in the Methow valley these many years. The simple life, how my busy Seattle life longs for it!

Posted by Alice McLean @ 02:46 PM on January 19, 2011

Oh Kevin, I just finished watching your film and loved it so very much. I am an old tree hugger from the 60's and your film brought me happy tears and smiles. I wish I could be with you all up there right now but I am sure with you in spirit. Much Love to you and your wife.

Posted by Rachael Cornetta @ 02:33 PM on January 10, 2011

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