Imagine a home that heats itself, that provides its own water, even grows its own food. Imagine that it could be built by just about anyone, anywhere, and out of things society throws away. 30 years ago, architect Michael Reynolds imagined the same thing and then set out and made it happen. Shot over 3yrs in the USA, India and Mexico, Garbage Warrior is a documentary film telling the Marvelous story of maverick architect Michael Reynolds, his crew of renegade house builders from New Mexico, and their fight to introduce a radically way of living. This documentary shows the three “Artistic Proofs” (ethos, pathos, and logos) to support the writer’s argument. This documentary shows the life of Michael Reynolds and how he got to a certain point in his life. He was a small town kid with big dreams; he set out to full his dream of building houses he never knew that just building houses could make a huge impact on his life as well as others. The documentary starts off by taking a trip into Michael’s past homes he built but not just what he built but how he built them. The way he built the homes was a bit unorthodox but very helpful to the environment, the first environmental friendly house he built the foundation was completely made of aluminum cans people threw away. Now he say his reason behind this is so that people may realize what a small item you just throw away can be used in some way. Also that is not just environmentally safe but that is cheap as well. Now, who doesn’t like to save money? At the same time helping the environment, I can contest to that and say that was a well thought out idea. He relates to No Impact Man because he was just one man trying to make an impact on himself but yet trying to influence others to do the same. Garbage Warrior serves two purposes. Firstly, it will quite plainly inform you that the way you are living is not necessarily the way you have to live. There...
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