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    • Off the Grid: Life On The Mesa

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      A documentary by Jeremy and Randy Stulberg, this film explores a community deep int the Rio Grande desert and located some 25 miles from the town proper. The community is called the Mesa.

      The film examines the lives of the people who live in this site. One resident featured is a man who had to relocate to Mesa following the loss of his house, which the government of Rio Grande apparently burned down as part of their raid for drugs. Another resident is a veteran of the Gulf War, who has to rebuild his life after losing his wife and three children in a bitter divorce. Another war veteran is a resident of Mesa, and he chooses to stay here rather than get treatment for his disease.

      So many people with so many stories to tell about their lives. What is in Mesa that makes them want to stay? Who takes care of the residents in this site? What is in this city that makes for an interesting subject of the documentary. Watch this film to learn more about Mesa.

      Off the Grid: Life On The Mesa was presented at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007.

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      Published on September 1, 2009 · Filed under: Lifestyle, Society
    • Franer

      Great Comeback! Loved this doc!

      Welcome back!

    • Tipsy

      The outlook of the people in this doc really changes the perspective of the modern city-dweller. Very cool stuff, to see people living like this, rather hidden in plain view.

      The movie host was a pain in the butt, though.

    • Seeker

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    • Be Free

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    • Adept

      Wow. Fascinating documentary I have never seen anything like this before it was quite moving. Great to see that in some parts of the world it is still possible to live like this. Good watch.