I recommend this very highly.
It's a documentary that is about a man and a family who surf and travel a lot. Primarily it is about ERE - about this guy's motivations and mindset, and about what it enabled him to do. The family thinks VERY independently. They don't start with societal norms and expectations and so their lives are very different. It shows some of the very positive impacts it had on his family, and some negative ones also - mostly challenges for the kids having grown up so differently.
So this guy had a D average in high school, but somehow got into Stanford, became a doctor, and got some kind of high ranking / powerful health related job. He hated it. So he ERE'd, lived with his family (wife and 9 kids) in a VAN, and surfed every day. He's 84 and in really good shape and still surfs. Seems to be a guy who really thinks for himself. He wasn't perfect, that's for sure, as you'll see.
It's full of ERE one-liners and funny quotes.
One example, not really ERE-Related, (Well, I suppose the guy ERE'ing allowed him to do this)
"Then I met a Jewish girl named Ellen. We kind of got together, and she taught me how to east pussy... And that changed my life a great deal." He goes on to explain how this open/changed his mind about sexuality. He went on a mission to build his skill and invented some kind of assessment that women would do after having sex with him (I think.... or it may have been about them, or about their compatibility?) - he found a women who scored a 93%, married her, and had the 9 kids.
(It's not about surfing, it seems to be entirely about the man's life and his family, and how his lifestyle allowed him and his family to live)
Also, someone else linked this in another thread: Pretty good documentary on Tiny Houses