80 mins.

Beauty queens, ghosts, wife-swapping, and Eddie Money. This documentary takes a human and humorous look at suburbia and America's first mass-produced "cookie-cutter" community, Levittown, New York.

The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win 5 Best Documentary Film awards, the Gotham Award for Best Independent Documentary, and a Cable Ace Award for Best Documentary. O'Hagan also received a nomination for Best Director of a Documentary Film by the Director's Guild of America.


"★★★★...enough characters to populate at least five Coen Brothers movies."
-New York Post

"Deliciously funny...a place where the American Dream met the Bermuda Triangle."
-San Francisco Chronicle

"Downright seductive."
-The Village Voice

"A one-of-a-kind film...immensely entertaining."
-New York Daily News

"Blue Velvet without the ear...vivid and hilarious."
-Paper Magazine

"A richly human exploration of the American Dream."
-Chicago Tribune

"Anything but a cookie-cutter documentary."
-The Boston Globe

"A truly masterful portrayal of human nature."
-International Documentary

Coming soon to iTunes and Amazon.