Shortly after she moved into Caesar's Park, a working-class section of Milwaukee, filmmaker Sarah Price began to interview her neighbors. The people who ended up in her engaging but forcedly ironic and rambling documentary are ordinary folks, though colorfully quirky and opinionated in their own ways. Included are two spinster sisters and their frail mother, a tone-deaf black bluesman, a voyeur who takes photos of his surroundings, and a cranky, foulmouthed Polish immigrant woman. Price, who coproduced the cult hit American Movie, can be seen taping her subjects, prodding them to chat about their daily life, preoccupations, and prejudices as she attempts to find out why Caesar's Park has become a less friendly place than it once was. Ultimately her editing tends to accentuate their eccentricities and not the ways they relate to one another. 65 min.