Home is a 2008 French-Swiss film directed by Ursula Meier. The film tells the story of an unconventional family living in near isolation in a cluttered, brutalist, concrete home in the bucolic French countryside, a few short steps away from an unfinished, deserted stretch of highway. Home explores themes involving family dynamics, environmentalism, isolationism, and the impact of urban encroachment on rural communities. Home was the official Swiss submission for Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd Academy Awards, was selected at the Cannes Semaine de la Critique, and won numerous international prizes, including Best Film at the Swiss Film Awards. 🪐
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