The expression "one man's trash is another man's treasure" finds new meaning in the documentary "Landfill Harmonic"
The film - which is still in production - centers around the town of Cateura, Paraguay, which is dominated by the presence of an enormous landfill.
When a new music program started up at the local school, the teachers soon had fifty students and only five violins. That's when they met Cola, a man who makes his living rummaging through the landfill, finding new uses for discarded things. Using aluminum cans and forks, he built them a violin.
Now they have an entire "recycled orchestra" making beautiful music together.
What a wonderful story about creativity and music in lives of these blessed young people.