We've got a 52-minute rough cut and we're forging ahead. We still have some funds to raise, a few interviews to do and the final edit. But we're hoping to finish it up in the next several months. Until then, here's an excerpt for you, from the heart of the film. It begins in British Columbia where one of the central founders of Monteverde, Mildred Mendenhall, lives today. https://www.facebook.com/sweethomecostarica/?fref=ts

An excerpt from our 52-minute rough cut of "Sweet Home Costa Rica," the story of a group of Quakers from Alabama and Iowa who left the US bound for Costa Rica in 1950 to protest American militarism. This excerpt is from the heart of the film. It begins in British Columbia where one of the central founders of Monteverde, Costa Rica, Mildred Mendenhall, lives today. https://www.facebook.com/sweethomecostarica/?fref=ts

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