In 1998 the Luton based Exodus Collective had squatted, rennovated and built communities in two properties, Haz Mannor and Longmedow Farm. The Farm was owned by the Highways Agency and despite Exodus having made £100,000 worth of improvements and claiming the right of first refusal the Highways Agency put the property up for auction.

This student film documents Exodus' struggle to keep hold of the farm as well as giving an insight in to how the collective, best known for putting on some of the best parties in Northern Europe, lived on a day to day basis.

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