The best cinema taps into our secret dreams, and TINY taps in specifically to our secret dreams about running away to Colorado and building a tiny house. Thus, we think it’s reasonable to assume it’ll be bigger than Avengers.
TINY chronicles filmmaker Christopher Smith’s attempt to build a tiny house more or less from scratch.
Smith directed the movie and Merete Mueller, who will also live in the house, wrote and produced it. They’re both quite charming, and to get a sense of both their ambitions and their learning process, consider this bit from the blog chronicling the project:
In case you’re new to this project, here’s some important background info:
1: Neither Christopher or I have any building experience whatsoever.
2: We did not use any plans in the building of this house. Christopher pretty much figured it out/ made it all up as he went along.
Is it a spoiler to say they end up with a house at the end of the movie? Though you may have to wait for the sequel to find out whether it collapses immediately.
TINY, Tiny: the movie.
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