I believe it was set in California, but I could be wrong. Three scenes that clearly stick out in my mind are: 1) A man would drive around with a garbage can in his trunk. If he found a place to park that was off-limits because of a fire hydrant, he would park, and put the garbage can over the hydrant. 2) A woman parked her car, and left it for over a month. It clearly had been a long time because the tires were all flat, and there were bird turds covering the car. In the meantime someone had parked very close behind her, and then a third driver parked even closer to the second person's car, effectively blocking the second person's car in. The owner of the second car left the owner of the first car a scathing note about how inconsiderate she was for blocking him in. 3) Rather than feed the meter 10 cents for 1 hour of parking, a man would spend 15 minutes filing down a penny on the sidewalk beside his car, until the penny was effectively a dime slug that he would use to pay for the parking. Thanks for any help.
Curious, George: Title of an Idependent Documentary Movie A few years ago, my local Rhode Island PBS ran a documentary film about automobile parking issues, that was quite funny. I wrote down the title, but I lost the notebook in which it was written. In the extended description I have written about what I remember about the movie. Any movie monkeys (or PBS monkeys) have any information about the movie, title or where I might find a copy of it? Or maybe just another place to search?