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If you think you saw actor Nick Offerman in Minnesota, you probably did

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A trail of tweets and photos prove that actor Nick Offerman was indeed in Minnesota this month.

He was part of a 17-day shoot in North Branch for an independent film called "The House of Tomorrow," according to The Pioneer Press. Offerman himself verified his presence with a simple tweet.

The "Parks and Recreation" star was also joined by actors Asa Butterfield, Maude Apatow and Alex Wolff. Based on their social feeds, it seems like Minnesota made an impression on the crew.

The movie, "The House of Tomorrow," was based on a novel by Macalester College professor Peter Bognanni, according to Minnesota Public Radio. MPR also reported that Minnesota proved to be a good location for shooting because of the state's high number of geodesic homes, a key component of the film.

The movie is a coming of age story about a boy raised by his grandmother in a geodesic dome who eventually has to leave the home, discovering punk music and romance on the way.

The film is likely to premiere at film festivals before hitting theaters.

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