V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Film Review You Were Never Really Here Art house action flick and its main character both feel bad You Were Never Really Here enters the genre of cathartically violent shoot-’em-up story of emotionally wounded assassins and their doomed betrayers/targets but fails to provide an overall logic to the bloody proceedings. Image via Pixabay Comm Dragon Lights Albuquerque Monday, Oct 15: 11am Expo New Mexico
Formerly known as the Chinese Lantern Festival, see the all new larger-than-life, fully-illuminated lanterns, Chinese cultural performances and special handicrafts.
Courtesy of the artist Art 64 Hexagrams Monday, Oct 15: 6-9pm Tortuga Gallery
Inspired by the 64 hexagrams from the 2,000-year-old Chinese I Ching, they combine trigrams related to heaven, earth, thunder, water, mountain, wind and fire. Runs through 10/27.
Art A Good, Almost Disbelieving Sigh by A. Janacua Monday, Oct 15: 6-10pm Vitrine
The works in the exhibition trace the lives of a set of discrete objects. Sitting idle in their comfort, these works carve diagrammatic use of the gallery. Runs through 10/26.
Film Where the Boys Are Monday, Oct 15: 7-8:30pm Guild Cinema
A side-splitting and touching collection of gay men’s shorts.
Film Just Friends Monday, Oct 15: 9-10:30pm Guild Cinema
A film involving medical student Yad moving home to his family in a small Dutch city after quitting his party lifestyle back in Amsterdam.
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