During the period of change bought about by the legal battle, one of the many specialists and professionals that offered help to the Yard was someone interested in how nature worked alongside the vehicles and sculptures. And he made a film about this, in relation to the history of the Yard and the local environment.
One of the biggest complaints about communities like Mutonia is that they're a blot on the landscape, unattractive to society's eye. That they lack rules or structure.
Besides the fact that artistic communities will generally have a different perspective on what's 'attractive', it's problematic to try and view such groups through the mainstream lens. And I think this film shows perfectly what can be, and is being, achieved.