Screening of 1960s Black Comedy The Loved One, with Jonathan Winters in Person
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The last date listed for The Loved One was Saturday February 4, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Legends of music and movies unite as Jane's Addiction rocker Perry Farrell joins acclaimed director Gus Van Sant for a double screening of films by both artists. Van Sant crafted such contemporary classics as Good Will Hunting and Milk, but he first made a name for himself with the 1989 indie hit Drugstore Cowboy, which also put a young Matt Dillon on the map. It'll show alongside Farrell's cult comedy-nightmare Gift, for which the quirky singer-songwriter paused from belting out alternative hits like "Been Caught Stealing" to pair live footage of his band with hallucinatory fictional vignettes scored by the likes of Sly and the Family Stone. It's a rare opportunity to not only see two obscure underground cinematic gems on the big screen, but discuss them with their makers, who will engage in an audience talk-back in between films. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Brenda Brubaker
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The event was sold out and was the first time I have been able to see this movie in a theatre. It was too bad Jonathan Winters could not make it to the screening, but it was explained before the movie was shown. These things happen. Also, there were many signs posted on the front doors stating Mr. Winters would not be attending. However, there was a nice discussion after the showing with the leads Robert Morse and Anjanette Comer, and producer and cinematographer Haskell Wexler (it was his 90th birthday and the audience sang Happy Birthday). It was great to hear the audience reaction during the movie and hear interesting details about the filming of the movie.
Quotes & Highlights
See the promo trailer on YouTube.
1965, Warner Bros.
Running time: 121 minutes
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