Documentary about 'the rollercoaster journey' of Four Seasons Total Landscaping 'nearing completion'
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A documentary about Four Seasons Total Landscaping, the Pennsylvania business that instantly became famous last year after serving as the unexpected site of a press conference for former President TrumpDonald TrumpFranklin Graham says Trump comeback would 'be a very tough thing to do' Man suspected in wife's disappearance accused of casting her ballot for Trump Stefanik: Cheney is 'looking backwards' MORE's campaign, could soon be coming to the big screen.

Production on "Four Seasons Total Documentary," from director Christopher Stoudt, is "nearing completion this month," its filmmakers said Monday.

The Philadelphia establishment — located near a sex shop, a crematorium and a jail — gained notoriety in November after Trump tweeted promoting a press conference featuring his personal lawyer Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiJournalism dies in newsroom cultures where 'fairness is overrated' Giuliani hires attorneys who defended Harvey Weinstein The FBI should turn off the FARA faucet MORE that was poised to be held at the Philadelphia Four Seasons hotel as his campaign was challenging the results of the presidential election.


Trump deleted the tweet, before clarifying the event would be held at the similarly named landscaping company.

The film from Stoudt, director of "Camp ALEC," will "give a firsthand account of the rollercoaster journey that one well-meaning small business in Philadelphia went through when they agreed to host a political press conference in the midst of the most hard-fought American election in recent history."

The project has an "apolitical and feel-good tone," its filmmakers said in a news release, and includes interviews with the company's owner and other executives who "answer the questions we have all been wondering that led to the wild ride leading up to and following the infamous press conference."

Stoudt said in a statement that the documentary, which has yet to be picked up by a distributor, will "help tell a story that the world has been waiting months to hear."

“This film is a chance to wipe the slate clean, not just for Four Seasons Total Landscaping, but for the entire country,” he said.

Following the Trump campaign gathering last year, Four Seasons launched a line of T-shirts, face masks, and other pun-filled items with phrases used by the 45th president.

The announcement about the day after Total Landscaping made a surprise appearance in a Super Bowl commercial. The high-profile ad for online marketplace Fiverr poked fun at the 2020 snafu, with Total Landscaping's owner saying, "Success: It's often right place, right time."

Glen Zipper, Sean Stuart, Chris Paonessa and Kevin Lincoln are serving as producers on the documentary.