Flathead Valley resident Dan Blomquist, who appears in the film, talks about why he's upset about the tone of the film.
Flathead Valley resident J.B. Stone talks about his experiences and why he writes letters to the editor to express his views.
Residents of Flathead Valley gathered in small groups with discussion facilitator Melinda Smith in Whitefish, Montana, to talk about the future of their community.
O'Neill explores how it might be possible to strongly disagree with others in your community, but still be good neighbors.
Over a stormy two-year period, a deeply divided group of Flathead Valley, Montana citizens are caught in a web of conflicts intensified by rapid growth and the power of talk radio.
Flathead Valley resident Joan Hodgeboom wonders why the film didn't include input from the organization (Montanans for) Multiple Use.
Flathead Valley resident Diane Gisselbrecht talks about why she feels "appalled" about the threats and conflicts in her community that are shown in the film.
Flathead Valley resident Lex Blood reflects on how he felt about his community after he saw it portrayed in the film.
A Flathead Valley resident talks about why radio talk show host John Stokes is such a divisive figure in the community.
Flathead Valley resident Dave Riotto talks about the portrayal of John Stokes in the film and praises filmmaker Patrice O'Neill.
Flathead Valley resident Karin Hilding talks about how watching the film allowed her to gain a new understanding of and respect for some of the other residents of the community.
Flathead Valley resident Keith Hammer implores fellow residents to stop making personal attacks on each other.
A resident who has lived in Flathead Valley for more than 50 years talks about the changes that have occurred in the area.
A Flathead Valley resident talks about being surprised by the negative way John Stokes was portrayed in the film.