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Perhaps you are aware of the tiny house movement, where people move into a teensy-tiny house with the barest of amenities, or Project 333, where people choose to dress with only 33 items for three months or longer. Both have gained significant interest over the last few years as more people in the so called First World realize that the old consumer equation — more stuff plus more square meters equals more happiness — just doesn’t work anymore.

Finnish filmmaker Petri Luukkainen decided it didn’t work for him either. Looking around his flat, he came to the conclusion that his things were plain depressing. And what’s more, Luukkainen was already in a bad place, having just been dumped by his girlfriend.

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