The General Motors plant in Dayton, Ohio, closed in 2008 and since then jobs have been in short supply. So when a Chinese billionaire announces his company will be opening an automobile glass factory on the old GM site, the community is overjoyed. But their optimism and happiness soon flounders, as they struggle to reach production targets and worry about worsening safety conditions. In turn, Chinese managers are instructed in the idiosyncratic ways of Americans, as they bemoan their inefficiency. A visit by US managers to the company's Chinese factory only serves to underscore the cultural gap. Winner: Directing Award, Documentary at Sundance 2019.