Art can be therapeutic. It can save someone’s soul and be a gateway to cleansing the spirit. Art can transform and mold you. On a small farm in Somerset, it was everything to Charles Carson.
A Life on the Farm recounts the discovery of this old videotape owned by filmmaker Oscar Harding’s grandfather, which contains a feature-length home video written, directed, and starred by his neighbor, one very eccentric farmer named Charles Carson. What follows is a celebration of life, death, family, and the yearning to create art, no matter the cost.
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