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In today’s Slog, read here. The film continues at Northwest Film Forum this week at 7 & 9:15pm.
We are happy to report we are able to keep Harmony Korine’s MISTER LONELY for a second week in our cinemas. The film will play through Thursday, May 29 at 7 and 9:15pm.
I remember thinking “Gummo” would be embraced by the public in much the same way as “Bambi” was when it first came out. I am always wrong about such things. Another great interview with the director of Mister Lonely.
An article in today’s New York Times can be found here. NWFF opens Korine’s first film in eight years, MISTER LONELY on May 16th.
The director speaks.