by Travis Mateer
The documentary is done and has been uploaded, though it’s link-restricted at this point as a few more details get put into place. I’m VERY excited for people to start watching it when I make it fully public later this week.
One of the key interviews conducted for the film was with Jesse Ramos, a city councilman who applied copious amounts of charisma to his fiscal conservative positions. Yesterday, as I was perusing Facebook, I learned that Ramos had a small part in the series Yellowstone, which just wrapped up its last episode.
For those unfamiliar with the show, Kevin Costner’s character is the family patriarch trying to insulate his ranching empire from the forces aiming to take it from him. Those forces include property taxes and gentrification.
Here’s Jesse Ramos talking about his time on Yellowstone:
There are a bunch of themes in Yellowstone that weave through our documentary, like what Veterans find when they return home from war, the entitlement of the wealth class, and drug abuse, to name a few.
While the final details are put into place, stay tuned here for the latest developments in Zoom Town. There are some big stories brewing already for 2022.