“The Little House That Could”
“The behind the scenes shenanigans before Sex and The City”
Patricia Field is an Emmy-Award winning stylist for “Sex and the City”. Yet she is so much more than that—she has spent many years saving lives and giving hope to those who are lost because society looks down on them—transsexuals, club kids, drag queens, gay teens, lesbians and people who have run away from home because they were not understood. What Field has done is create a close-knit unconventional family in New York which has gone onto to change music and fashion many times. Mars Roberge, a Toronto filmmaker has spent ten years living with this family so he could tell the story and in doing so he has become one of them.
This film takes a look at Field before she worked for “Sex and the City”. Here is a story of courage and dreams and that gives others hope. It is a story that will make you feel good and is an intimate look at an unsung hero. What is really amazing is that the film was a one man project with a little help from the director’s friend Bob Lesser and a few others from here and there.