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I am trying to identify a film that I saw a trailer for around 5 or more years ago. This century at least. The film was about a peaceful, low technology (maybe rural,) community isolated by a forest or perhaps a wall. I don't think any of the actors or anyone else associated with it were well known and I don't think the film was popular. I think it was American made but I'm not sure. It was similar to The Village, but I think the place was peaceful and without a threat from outside. It kind of had a similar conveyance of perspective as in the book Phoenix Without Ashes. I wanted to see the film but it dropped out of the theaters quickly. The recent film "The Maze Runner" reminded me of it. The film in question had at least one pair of young people, a man and a woman, who were protagonists. I think the young man said he was going to venture outside of the community into the unknown dangers, hence, the film's conflict. This missing knowledge has bothered me for a while. I'm sure you can relate.