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Home (2008)

A family's peaceful existence is threatened when a busy highway is opened only meters away from their isolated house in the middle of nowhere. Refusing to move, Marthe, Michel and their three children find innovative ways to adapt to their new environment. They continue their happy-go-lucky routine despite the daily stress of hundreds of noisy speeding cars. But, suspicions about the highway's unknown long-term dangers cause family tension. Remaining in the disrupted household might not be so easy,… Show more

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April 16, 2010 - Boston.com - Janice Page, Globe Staff

The house at the center of “Home’’ is nothing special. Modest and cluttered, it sits by a highway — practically on the highway, really — in a stretch of rural Europe where it seems perfectly plausible for a family of five to hide in plain sight. That’s partly because the highway bisects miles and miles of mostly unpopulated grasslands. But it’s also because this blight of asphalt and guardrails is an unfinished road to nowhere, its construction stalled indefinitely by decision-makers far away.

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