Visits three Camphill communities in Pennsylvania. In a place for young people one of the workers appeared in the earlier films as a music therapist. We also see a school and a village for adults, and the film also shows Thornage Hall in Norfolk, and finishes with thoughts of a co-worker in Switzerland, who expresses the Camphill ethos of sharing on an equal footing. One of three programmes about Camphill, villages where the co-workers live and work together with people with learning disabilities, without wages or days off.
Run of the principles of Rudolf Steiner.
See also ‘Fifty Shades of Orange’ and ‘Botton is my Home’
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