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Friday, December 2 - Thursday, Decemeber 8
Nightly at 9:30. Additional Sat, Sun and Wed matinees at (4:00)
MUST END THURS, 12/8!

ALL DOLLED UP

In the early 70's, rock photographer Bob Gruen and his wife Nadya purchased a portable video recorder. In a period of three years they shot over 40 hours of New York Dolls footage. Now for the first time ever this footage is unveiled. This feature length documentary captures the band during early performances in New York at Kenny's Castaways and Max's Kansas City, then follows the Dolls on their tour of the west coast, including footage from the Whisky A Go Go, the Real Don Steele Show, Rodney Bingenheimer's E Club and a big chunk of their show at the Matrix in San Francisco!. Intercut with revealing interviews, backstage banter and late night debauchery, this is THE definitive document of the New York Dolls. Song Include: Human Being, Bad Detective, Subway Train, Personality Crisis, Trash, Vietnamese Baby, Lookin For A Kiss, Jet Boy, Who Are The Mystery Girls, Private World, I'm A Hoochie Koochie Man, Great Big Kiss, Babylon, Frankenstein, Chatterbox, Pirate Love, Down Down Downtown, Pills. Running time: 95 mins. ADMISSION: $4.00 with the purchase of a full-priced ticket to NEW YORK DOLL (see below). Showtimes: Nightly at 9:30. Additional Sat, Sun and Wed matinees at (4:00).


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 2 - Thursday, December 8
Nightly at 6:15 & 8:00 Additional Sat, Sun and Wed matinees at (2:00).

New York Doll




"Seminal glam-punk band the New York Dolls breathed life into the stagnating music scene of the 70s and inspired the punk revolution. But after just a few years, the band broke up and the members went their separate ways. Frontman David Johansen went on to some success with his alter-ego, Buster Poindexter. Guitarist Johnny Thunders died of a methadone overdose. But bassist Arthur "Killer" Kane's life took an even more unlikely turn. After disappearing from the music scene and bottoming out on alcohol, Kane became a born-again Mormon. Sundance Festival competitor NEW YORK DOLL is both a music film tracing the history and impact of the influential band as well as an intimate portrait of Kane in his post-Doll life working at the Mormon Family History Center in Los Angeles. Kane relates his struggles after the rock star life evaporated, his jealousy of Johansen? success, his relationship with the church, and his long-time dream of getting the band back together. His prayers are answered when Morrisey organizes a Dolls reunion for the Meltdown Festival in London. Kane gets his bass out of hock and the surviving members get together for the first time in 30 years for one last concert. NEW YORK DOLL is a touching portrait of Kane and a tribute to the legacy of the influential band."-- N.W. Film Forum. Check out the glamorous Official Web Site. Directed by Greg Whiteley. With Arthur Kane, Morrissey, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, Barbara Kane, Iggy Pop, Mick Jones, Bob Geldoff, Chrissie Hynde, Don Letts, Steve Conte, Brian Koonin, Lee Black Childress, Frank Infante, Sirius Trixon, Bishop Bragg, Bishop MacGregor, Nina Antonia, Clem Burke, Sammy Yaffa. Running time: 75 mins. 2005. 35mm. Showtimes: Nightly at 6:15 & 8:00 Additional Sat, Sun and Wed matinees at (2:00).








"Amazing" -- Jeffrey M. Anderson, SF Examiner.
"Magic happens, as it sometimes does." -- Neva Chonin, SF Chronicle.
?As journeys go, this is one to treasure."
-- Kenneth Turan, LA Times.
?It rocks!? -- Ken Tucker, New York Magazine
"Epick! This is a documentary, as in stranger than fiction. "
- Mark Nichol, SFGate
?Moving" -- Spin Magazine
?Pretty damn fabulous!? -- Dennis Dermody, Paper Magazaine
"A forgotten punk makes a Killer comeback"
-- Robert Wilonsky, SF Weekly
"Poignant and moving.... It?s a rock ?n? roll fairy tale of sorts, with Morrissey serving as Kane?s unexpected fairy godfather." -- Nathan Rabin, The Onion


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 2 - Thursday, December 8
Nightly at 9:00. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (4:00).
MUST END THURS, 12/8!

Dorian Blues








Bright, charming - and closeted - Dorian finds himself at a crossroads. Harassed as a probable "fag" at high school and overlooked by his family (especially his overbearing, right-wing father), Dorian is ready for his getaway to New York City and college. But something uncontrollable stirs in him, and suddenly he's talking back to his father, making out with another guy for the first time, and admitting his gay feelings to his sports-star brother. Ricocheted this way and that by his inner voice, Dorian finds himself in one absurd and awkward situation after another, as he seeks enlightenment and happiness with the help of a cute therapist, a well-meaning priest, and a first boyfriend. Along the way, life rewards Dorian's haplessness with the chance to see that he can be as strong for others as he's had to be for himself.Dorian Blues Bardwell's ingenious screenplay embellishes familiar milestones with an exhilarating quirkiness and the intoxicating suggestion that each of us is eminently loveable, even at our most geeky. Boasting superb performances by a cast of relative newcomers (capped by Michael McMillian of TV's What I Like About You as Dorian), Dorian Blues heralds the arrival of an exciting new filmmaking talent. Showtimes: Nightly at 9:00. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (4:00).


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 2 - Friday, December 8
Nightly at 7:15. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (2:00).

The Aristocrats

Comedy veterans and co-creators Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza capitalize on their insider status and invite over 100 of their closest friends?who happen to be some of the biggest names in show business (George Carlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Drew Carey, Gilbert Gottfried, Bob Saget, Paul Reiser, Sarah Silverman, etc.)?to reminisce, analyze, deconstruct and deliver their own versions of the world's dirtiest joke, an old burlesque routine too extreme to be performed in public. One of the smash hits of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, this star-studded comedy extravaganza is sure to stretch the limits of its audience?particularly how loud and long they can laugh! A film by Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza. With Jason Alexander, Hank Azaria, David Brenner, Drew Carey, George Carlin, Tim Conway, Andy Dick, Phyllis Diller, Carrie Fisher, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Idle, Eddie Izzard, Richard Jeni, Penn Jillette, Paul Krassner, Richard Lewis, Bill Maher, Howie Mandel, Martin Mull, Trey Parker, Kevin Pollak, Paul Reiser, Don Rickles, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Harry Shearer, Sarah Silverman, Bobby Slayton, Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers, David Steinberg, Jon Stewart, Matt Stone, Bruce Vilanch, Jonathan Wee, Fred Willard, Robin Williams, Steven Wright & more. Official Site. Not Rated (No one under 18 admitted). 2005. 35mm Run Time: 87 mins. Showtimes: Nightly at 7:15. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (2:00).


Friday, December 9 - Thursday, December 15
Nightly at 6:15, 8:00 & 9:45. Additional Wed, Sat & Sun matinees at 2:00 & 4:30.
MUST END THURSDAY, DEC 15!
ARSITIDE and the Endless Revolution






One hour away from Miami the elected President of the Western Hemisphere?s poorest nation was twice removed from office with the complicity of the international community. ?ARSITIDE and the Endless Revolution? is a feature documentary that explores through investigative lenses the events that led to the removal of Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the democratically elected President of Haiti. Filmmaker Nicolas Rossier takes the viewer into a journey of political intrigues, armed criminals posing as freedom fighters and economic fiascos. What emerges is a young democracy being constantly tested and ultimately destroyed. The film features renown physician and anthroplogist Paul Farmer, President Aristide himself, actor and UN goodwill ambassador Danny Glover, Political commentator and linguist Noam Chomsky, Assistant Secretary of State Roger Noriega, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Expert James Dobbins, John Shattuck and many Haitian Voices. For more info, log onto aristidethefilm.com. Directed by Nicolas Rossier. Switzerland, USA, 2005, 82 min. In English, French and Creole w/ English Subtitles. Showtimes: Nightly at 6:15, 8:00 & 9:45. Additional Wed, Sat & Sun matinees at 2:00 & 4:30.







"Probing" -- Laura Evenson, N.Y. Times.
"Gives significant time to the disloyal opposition" -- Village Voice.
"Casts a fascinating light on the country's troubled past"
-- Cheryl Eddie, SF Bay Guardian
"Highly recommended for anyone interested in the fate of the world's downtrodden." -- Gregg Rickman, SF Weekly.


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 9 - Wednesday, December 14
Nightly at 7:15. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (2:00).
No show Thursday, 12/15.

The Aristocrats

Comedy veterans and co-creators Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza capitalize on their insider status and invite over 100 of their closest friends?who happen to be some of the biggest names in show business (George Carlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Drew Carey, Gilbert Gottfried, Bob Saget, Paul Reiser, Sarah Silverman, etc.)?to reminisce, analyze, deconstruct and deliver their own versions of the world's dirtiest joke, an old burlesque routine too extreme to be performed in public. One of the smash hits of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, this star-studded comedy extravaganza is sure to stretch the limits of its audience?particularly how loud and long they can laugh! A film by Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza. With Jason Alexander, Hank Azaria, David Brenner, Drew Carey, George Carlin, Tim Conway, Andy Dick, Phyllis Diller, Carrie Fisher, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Idle, Eddie Izzard, Richard Jeni, Penn Jillette, Paul Krassner, Richard Lewis, Bill Maher, Howie Mandel, Martin Mull, Trey Parker, Kevin Pollak, Paul Reiser, Don Rickles, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Harry Shearer, Sarah Silverman, Bobby Slayton, Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers, David Steinberg, Jon Stewart, Matt Stone, Bruce Vilanch, Jonathan Wee, Fred Willard, Robin Williams, Steven Wright & more. Official Site. Not Rated (No one under 18 admitted). 2005. 35mm Run Time: 87 mins. Showtimes: Nightly at 7:15. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (2:00). No show Thursday, 12/15.


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 9 - Thursday, December 15
Nightly at 9:00 Additional Sat & Sun matinees at (4:00).
MUST END THURSDAY, DEC 15!

New York Doll




"Seminal glam-punk band the New York Dolls breathed life into the stagnating music scene of the 70s and inspired the punk revolution. But after just a few years, the band broke up and the members went their separate ways. Frontman David Johansen went on to some success with his alter-ego, Buster Poindexter. Guitarist Johnny Thunders died of a methadone overdose. But bassist Arthur "Killer" Kane's life took an even more unlikely turn. After disappearing from the music scene and bottoming out on alcohol, Kane became a born-again Mormon. Sundance Festival competitor NEW YORK DOLL is both a music film tracing the history and impact of the influential band as well as an intimate portrait of Kane in his post-Doll life working at the Mormon Family History Center in Los Angeles. Kane relates his struggles after the rock star life evaporated, his jealousy of Johansen? success, his relationship with the church, and his long-time dream of getting the band back together. His prayers are answered when Morrisey organizes a Dolls reunion for the Meltdown Festival in London. Kane gets his bass out of hock and the surviving members get together for the first time in 30 years for one last concert. NEW YORK DOLL is a touching portrait of Kane and a tribute to the legacy of the influential band."-- N.W. Film Forum. Check out the glamorous Official Web Site. Directed by Greg Whiteley. With Arthur Kane, Morrissey, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, Barbara Kane, Iggy Pop, Mick Jones, Bob Geldoff, Chrissie Hynde, Don Letts, Steve Conte, Brian Koonin, Lee Black Childress, Frank Infante, Sirius Trixon, Bishop Bragg, Bishop MacGregor, Nina Antonia, Clem Burke, Sammy Yaffa. Running time: 75 mins. 2005. 35mm. Showtimes: Nightly at 9:00 Additional Sat & Sun matinees at (4:00). No show Monday, 12/12.

 








"Amazing" -- Jeffrey M. Anderson, SF Examiner.
"Magic happens, as it sometimes does." -- Neva Chonin, SF Chronicle.
?As journeys go, this is one to treasure."
-- Kenneth Turan, LA Times.
?It rocks!? -- Ken Tucker, New York Magazine
"Epick! This is a documentary, as in stranger than fiction. "
- Mark Nichol, SFGate
?Moving" -- Spin Magazine
?Pretty damn fabulous!? -- Dennis Dermody, Paper Magazaine
"A forgotten punk makes a Killer comeback"
-- Robert Wilonsky, SF Weekly
"Poignant and moving.... It?s a rock ?n? roll fairy tale of sorts, with Morrissey serving as Kane?s unexpected fairy godfather." -- Nathan Rabin, The Onion


Friday, December 16 - Thursday, December 22
Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00 Additional Wed, Sat & Sun matinees at 2:00 & 4:30.

"Best Actress" Vera Farmiga
Sundance Film Festival/LA Film Critics Circle

Down To The Bone

In DOWN TO THE BONE, Irene (Vera Farmiga) is a working class mother living in upstate New York. She struggles to keep her marriage together and raise two sons while keeping her cocaine addiction a secret. After a series of nearly fatal mishaps, and finally hoping to make a change in her life, she decides to check herself into a rehab center. She knows kicking the habit would be tough, but the experience proves even more difficult than she could have anticipated. There, she meets and falls in love with a fellow reformed addict (Hugh Dillon). When one of them falls into a relapse with the addiction, their commitment to staying clean ? and to each other ? shatters. This beautifully wrought film accurately and authentically explores the wrenching road of recovery without ever resorting to histrionics. The Sundance Film Festival honored DOWN TO THE BONE with two highprofile, prestigious and extremely competitive awards: Best Director and A Special Jury Prize for acting for Vera Farmiga. DOWN TO THE BONE is based upon Debra Granik?s 1997 short film, ?Snake Feed,? which won the Sundance Film Festival?s Short Filmmaking Award in 1998. Official Site. Directed by Debra Granik. Written by Debra Granik & Richard Lieske. With Vera Farmiga, Hugh Dillon, Clint Jordan, Caridad 'La Bruja' De La Luz, Jasper Daniels & Taylor Foxhall. 101 Mins. 2004. Show times: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00 Additional Wed, Sat & Sun matinees at 2:00 & 4:30.

"Pitch perfect and realistic". -- G. Allen Johnson, SF Chronicle.
Rating: A. Down to the Bone achieves what only the best independent films have: making life, at its most unvarnished, a journey."-- Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Down to the Bone emerges with an aura of authenticity so strong as to be mesmerizing, thanks to a superior script brought to life with infallibly natural performances." -- Kevin Thomas, LA Times.
"Quietly devastating." -- Ella Taylor, LA Weekly.
"Hits a raw nerve." -- Time Out.
"Clearly a breakout role for Farmiga." -- Cheryl Eddy, SF Bay Guardian.
"A young actress shines as a cokehead mom". -- Luke Thompson, SF Weekly.
"One of those great movies that very nearly fell off the radar".
Roxie throws you a "Bone". -- Jeffery Anderson, SF Examiner.
-- Pam Grady, FilmStew.com


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 16 - Thursday, December 22
MUST END THURS., DEC 22!
Nightly at 7:00. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees (2:00).

Naked In Ashes

Filmmaker Paula Fouce chronicles the journey of 14-year-old Santosh Giri, who follows his teacher Shiv Raj Giri as they explore the deepest mysteries of life on a 6,000-year-old path to enlightenment. Leaving all worldly things behind in a quest for the Divine, we see Yogis who remain standing for 12 years, cover themselves in ashes, pull trucks with their genitalia, hold one arm aloft for years, or travel barefoot across the snows of the high Himalayas on their pilgrimage to wash in the waters of immortality at the Kumbh Mela spiritual festival. Official Web Site. Directed by Paula Fouce. Not Rated. Release Year: 2005. USA. Run Time: 107mins. Showtimes: Nightly at 7:00. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees (2:00).
SAN FRANCISCO?S NAKED YOGA GUY, GEORGE MONTY DAVIS, WILL DEMONSTRATES HIS PRACTICE FRIDAY, DEC. 16 AND SATURDAY DEC. 17 AT 630PM !!


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 16 - Thursday, December 22.
MUST END THURS., DEC 22!
Nightly at 9:10. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (4:30).

The Aristocrats

Comedy veterans and co-creators Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza capitalize on their insider status and invite over 100 of their closest friends?who happen to be some of the biggest names in show business (George Carlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Drew Carey, Gilbert Gottfried, Bob Saget, Paul Reiser, Sarah Silverman, etc.)?to reminisce, analyze, deconstruct and deliver their own versions of the world's dirtiest joke, an old burlesque routine too extreme to be performed in public. One of the smash hits of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, this star-studded comedy extravaganza is sure to stretch the limits of its audience?particularly how loud and long they can laugh! A film by Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza. With Jason Alexander, Hank Azaria, David Brenner, Drew Carey, George Carlin, Tim Conway, Andy Dick, Phyllis Diller, Carrie Fisher, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Idle, Eddie Izzard, Richard Jeni, Penn Jillette, Paul Krassner, Richard Lewis, Bill Maher, Howie Mandel, Martin Mull, Trey Parker, Kevin Pollak, Paul Reiser, Don Rickles, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Harry Shearer, Sarah Silverman, Bobby Slayton, Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers, David Steinberg, Jon Stewart, Matt Stone, Bruce Vilanch, Jonathan Wee, Fred Willard, Robin Williams, Steven Wright & more. Official Site. Not Rated (No one under 18 admitted). 2005. 35mm Run Time: 87 mins. Nightly at 9:10. Additional Saturday & Sunday matinees at (4:30).


Friday, December 23 - Thursday, December 29
Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Additional Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:00 & 4:30. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 24 or Sun, Dec 25.

"Best Actress" Vera Farmiga
Sundance Film Festival/LA Film Critics Circle

Down To The Bone

In DOWN TO THE BONE, Irene (Vera Farmiga) is a working class mother living in upstate New York. She struggles to keep her marriage together and raise two sons while keeping her cocaine addiction a secret. After a series of nearly fatal mishaps, and finally hoping to make a change in her life, she decides to check herself into a rehab center. She knows kicking the habit would be tough, but the experience proves even more difficult than she could have anticipated. There, she meets and falls in love with a fellow reformed addict (Hugh Dillon). When one of them falls into a relapse with the addiction, their commitment to staying clean ? and to each other ? shatters. This beautifully wrought film accurately and authentically explores the wrenching road of recovery without ever resorting to histrionics. The Sundance Film Festival honored DOWN TO THE BONE with two highprofile, prestigious and extremely competitive awards: Best Director and A Special Jury Prize for acting for Vera Farmiga. DOWN TO THE BONE is based upon Debra Granik?s 1997 short film, ?Snake Feed,? which won the Sundance Film Festival?s Short Filmmaking Award in 1998. Official Site. Directed by Debra Granik. Written by Debra Granik & Richard Lieske. With Vera Farmiga, Hugh Dillon, Clint Jordan, Caridad 'La Bruja' De La Luz, Jasper Daniels & Taylor Foxhall. 101 Mins. 2004. Show times: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Additional Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:00 & 4:30. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 24 or Sun, Dec 25.

"Pitch perfect and realistic". -- G. Allen Johnson, SF Chronicle.
Rating: A. Down to the Bone achieves what only the best independent films have: making life, at its most unvarnished, a journey."-- Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Down to the Bone emerges with an aura of authenticity so strong as to be mesmerizing, thanks to a superior script brought to life with infallibly natural performances." -- Kevin Thomas, LA Times.
"Quietly devastating." -- Ella Taylor, LA Weekly.
"Hits a raw nerve." -- Time Out.
"Clearly a breakout role for Farmiga." -- Cheryl Eddy, SF Bay Guardian.
"A young actress shines as a cokehead mom". -- Luke Thompson, SF Weekly.
"One of those great movies that very nearly fell off the radar".
Roxie throws you a "Bone". -- Jeffery Anderson, SF Examiner.
-- Pam Grady, FilmStew.com


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 23 - Thursday, December 29
Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Saturday & Sunday matinees at 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00.
No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 24 or Sun, Dec 25.

Holly G. (co-writer Victoria Foyt) is a successful clothing designer with her own boutique. In the course of a tumultuous Mother's Day weekend she is confronted with deceit, elation, desperation, kleptomania, rebellion, addiction and passion, all the while under pressure to save her business and her family in just three days! A new comedy directed and co-written by Henry Jaglom (Eating, Babyfever), co-starring Lee Grant, Rob Morrow and Bruce Davison. Official Website. Rating: PG-13. 2005. USA. Run Time: 106mins. Show times: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Saturday & Sunday matinees at 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 24 or Sun, Dec 25.


Friday, December 30 - Thursday, January 5
Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Additional Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:00 & 4:30. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 31 or Sun, Jan 1.

"Best Actress" Vera Farmiga
Sundance Film Festival/LA Film Critics Circle

Down To The Bone

In DOWN TO THE BONE, Irene (Vera Farmiga) is a working class mother living in upstate New York. She struggles to keep her marriage together and raise two sons while keeping her cocaine addiction a secret. After a series of nearly fatal mishaps, and finally hoping to make a change in her life, she decides to check herself into a rehab center. She knows kicking the habit would be tough, but the experience proves even more difficult than she could have anticipated. There, she meets and falls in love with a fellow reformed addict (Hugh Dillon). When one of them falls into a relapse with the addiction, their commitment to staying clean ? and to each other ? shatters. This beautifully wrought film accurately and authentically explores the wrenching road of recovery without ever resorting to histrionics. The Sundance Film Festival honored DOWN TO THE BONE with two highprofile, prestigious and extremely competitive awards: Best Director and A Special Jury Prize for acting for Vera Farmiga. DOWN TO THE BONE is based upon Debra Granik?s 1997 short film, ?Snake Feed,? which won the Sundance Film Festival?s Short Filmmaking Award in 1998. Official Site. Directed by Debra Granik. Written by Debra Granik & Richard Lieske. With Vera Farmiga, Hugh Dillon, Clint Jordan, Caridad 'La Bruja' De La Luz, Jasper Daniels & Taylor Foxhall. 101 Mins. 2004. Show times: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Additional Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:00 & 4:30. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 31 or Sun, Jan 1.

"Pitch perfect and realistic". -- G. Allen Johnson, SF Chronicle.
Rating: A. Down to the Bone achieves what only the best independent films have: making life, at its most unvarnished, a journey."-- Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Down to the Bone emerges with an aura of authenticity so strong as to be mesmerizing, thanks to a superior script brought to life with infallibly natural performances." -- Kevin Thomas, LA Times.
"Quietly devastating." -- Ella Taylor, LA Weekly.
"Hits a raw nerve." -- Time Out.
"Clearly a breakout role for Farmiga." -- Cheryl Eddy, SF Bay Guardian.
"A young actress shines as a cokehead mom". -- Luke Thompson, SF Weekly.
"One of those great movies that very nearly fell off the radar".
Roxie throws you a "Bone". -- Jeffery Anderson, SF Examiner.
-- Pam Grady, FilmStew.com


ALSO SHOWING
Friday, December 30 - Thursday, January 5
Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Saturday & Sunday matinees at 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00.
No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 31 or Sun, Jan 1.

Holly G. (co-writer Victoria Foyt) is a successful clothing designer with her own boutique. In the course of a tumultuous Mother's Day weekend she is confronted with deceit, elation, desperation, kleptomania, rebellion, addiction and passion, all the while under pressure to save her business and her family in just three days! A new comedy directed and co-written by Henry Jaglom (Eating, Babyfever), co-starring Lee Grant, Rob Morrow and Bruce Davison. Official Website. Rating: PG-13. 2005. USA. Run Time: 106mins. Show times: Nightly at 7:00 & 9:00. Saturday & Sunday matinees at 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00. No 9:00 pm shows on Sat., Dec 31 or Sun, Jan 1.


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