Coffee at the end of the world

Somewhere in the California part of the Sonora Desert, between various military bases scattered around, lies Slab City – a community of house occupants. In winter, many so-called "migratory birds" move their caravans here; that is, people who are looking for freedom and a warm place to spend the cold season. In the summer, when the heat reaches ruthless heights, these people retreat to cooler places. Only a hard core of the place's inhabitants is left. For the regular residents of Slab City, freedom is a by-product of poverty and of not fitting in anywhere else. This film is a portrait of their struggle to maintain a sense of belonging in an abandoned place.
The concept of living outside society is often associated with something romantic. . .

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