If you enjoy French films, you might like the Murdock Theatre’s Friday film, Delicatessen (by the same director as Ame Lie). The regular admission price is $5 (and includes a complimentary fur coat to wear during the performance–really!), but you can get in for free on Friday, March 5, 2010. Here’s how:
That’s all there is to it. You get free entertainment on Friday night and the opportunity to impress your friends with your knowledge of foreign films and fine furs.
Note: Be sure to read the description of the movie before you decide to go! 😀 It might not suit everyone’s tastes.
About the film:
Gentle clown Louison (Dominique Pinon) moves into a tenement with a deli on the ground floor and falls for the butcher’s daughter, Julie (Marie-Laure Dougnac). But it’s soon discovered that her father (Jean-Claude Dreyfus) is really butchering people (à la Sweeney Todd) and selling the meat to tenants. At a crossroads, Julie must decide whether to remain loyal to her father or expose him to save Louison from becoming the next entrée.