Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean Screening
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The last date listed for FilmOut San Diego: Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean was Thursday May 30, 2013 / 5:00pm.
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Get ready for a night of song, dance and fun when FilmOut San Diego presents a double feature of Rocky Horror Picture Show/Shock Treatment, two of the biggest cult films ever to grace the silver screen. Rocky Horror remains in limited release nearly four decades after its initial run, with audiences across the globe devouring nearly every word. Six years later, Shock Treatment followed the adventures of the Majors family, and while it was not as popular as the original, it still has a high level of campiness that ensures its legacy on the midnight film circuit. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from David WinterRed Velvet
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I had no problem with goldstar, as usual. The film was interesting, even intriguing; I enjoyed it very much. However, once again I had a serious problem with the theater. It can become unbearably cold in a matter of minutes. I brought a light jacket in preparation for the change of temperature, but a light jacket didn't do enough for me. I had wanted to stay for the discussion afterwards, but I ran out of the theater. I have already purchased tickets for another event in the theater. This time I will be prepared. I suppose the next time it will be too hot! Whatever! I just wish they'd get a grip on this one irritating fault. It's a big, old theater and I know it won't go away. I'll try harder to accommodate the theater, but I'd like the theater to do the same for me.
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out the film's <a target="_blank" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tXetlig-lc">trailer</a>.
Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean (2012), Director: Matthew Mishory, 93min, USA.
An intimate portrait of James Dean on the cusp of achieving notoriety as both a great actor and an American icon. This film presents a side of James Dean seldom seen. Aware of his own potential to be legendary, he is at once childlike and world-weary; a brute and a romantic; an intellectual and an Indiana shit-kicker; a playboy and a man of great sensitivity. An unflinching and honest exploration of Dean’s complicated sexuality and formative relationships.