The community in Wiseman's latest film is rural, ageing, and overwhelmingly white: in contrast with his most recent productions (Ex Libris: The New York Public Library, SFF 2018; In Jackson Heights, SFF 2016; At Berkeley, SFF 2014). The citizens of Monrovia voted 76% in favour of Trump. In his trademark observational style, the 89-year-old Wiseman patiently films this pro-gun, pro-god farming town as the locals go about their daily lives. He follows them into church, town planning meetings, a masonic ceremony, a funeral, a wedding, barbershops and beauty parlours. He captures the old guys at the diner discussing ill health and dead acquaintances. This is the Middle America frequently referred to in American media, however, it is about as far from fake-news as one could get.