On the edge of the Wyoming wilderness, the last guests linger late into the night at a celebration for the new president of their conservative Catholic college. Reunited after seven years, the friends toss back whiskey and name-check Thomas Aquinas, Hannah Arendt, Steve Bannon, even "Bojack Horseman," tracking their distance from each other and the people they thought they’d be by now. Will Arbery’s portrait of conservatives trying to make sense of where they — and their country — stand is an incisive yet personal look at the intelligence and despair of the Catholic right.
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