A documentary feature about a notable moment from 2020’s US election aftermath is set to wrap up in the next month.

One of the more head-scratching moments of last year’s US Presidential Election came when defeated former President Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, held a press conference just as the result was finally called. Not at the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia, as Trump had originally Tweeted. But at a small business on the outskirts of the town by the name of Four Seasons Total Landscaping.

The mix up was one thing. The fact that the press conference still went ahead was another.

The story of how the business got mixed up in it all is now to be the subject of a feature documentary. It’s going by the title Four Seasons Total Documentary.

The film has been directed by Christopher Stoudt, and talks to those working at the company about just what happened. It’s well into production, and expected to wrap up next month. Then there’s the small matter of finding distribution for it, which isn’t likely to be a problem.

Oscar-winning documentarians Glen Zipper and Sean Stuart are producing, and as we hear more, we’ll let you know. Wonder where they’ll hold the press launch for it?

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