Filmmaker Sarah Price's ensemble portrait of her blue-collar Milwaukee, WI, neighbors is simultaneously endearing and sad. A nondescript enclave of mostly single- and two-family houses, Caesar's Park is the kind of neighborhood people drive through without a backward glance; as a group, its residents are the kind of people who pass through life unnoticed, but as individuals, each took a unique path to invisibility. Dyspeptic, foul-mouthed Jeannie, a Polish war bride, abides by the credo that the less you have to do with your neighbors, the better. Oh sure, she counsels, it's fine to chat on the street, but when you start visiting, it's nothing but trouble. By far the...