Welcome to Monterey

Tagline : A Small Town and the Fight for Its Life

Runtime : 83 mins

Genre : Documentary

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Plot : As their population dwindles, their businesses are all about gone, this town in rural Monterey, Indiana fights to stay alive. An in-depth look into small town life, “Welcome to Monterey” follows a town’s journey to their 20th annual Labor Day Festival, capturing the people’s passions and doubt about whether this town has a future in today’s world.

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