Slight and whimsical, this documentary by the maker of AMERICAN MOVIE (1999) looks at five unusual dwelling places and the people who live in them. Cajun alligator farmer Bill Tregle lives on the most conventional unconventional dwelling, a houseboat moored in the middle of a Louisiana bayou. California couple Bob Walker and Francis Mooney have outfitted their home with a series of elevated walkways, hidey-holes and entrances cut through walls, all for the benefit of their feline friends. They cheerfully admit they've probably decreased the value of their house by $30,000, and they don't care: In their lives, cats are king. Ed and Diana Pedan converted an abandoned u...