Saturday, September 25, 2010 — 7 PM
OK… so that post title sounds a bit dirty, but I assure you it’s not. And Friction is also a cleverer title than it seems. Here… let’s try this: FrICTION. There we go. It’s working on multiple levels now!
So what’s the event all about? It’s the first night that FrICTION will be showing at the Hollywood Theatre and there is a reception the screening with many of the cast a crew present. Tickets for the event on Saturday are $10, but the rest of the week (until October 30) they will be regular theater pricing.
I’d love to tell you what it’s about, but it’s all pretty mystifying. Taken from the Hollywood emailing:
Weaving the original “intended” film with rehearsals and documentary elements, FrICTION breaks the wall that separates fiction from reality, challenging the very real lives of everyone involved. What remains is a one of a kind story that will leave you guessing long after its shattering conclusion.
I don’t really know how to decipher that, so I’ll let you watch the trailer to see if you can piece it all together. If not, I suggest you come down to the Hollywood Theatre to check it out. One thing I do know is that it’s directed by Cullen Hoback, who directed the highly entertaining documentary Monster Camp.