Fri. JULY 14th - 7:30 PM
Sat. JULY 15th - 4:30 PM & 7:30 PM
Sat. JULY 22nd - 7:30 PM
OAK VIEW ROOM,
WALNUT CREEK LIBRARY
[1644 N. Broadway, Walnut Creek]
$12 General Admission
(available on first-come basis, beginning 30 min. before showtime)
[Free for Mountain Shadow Members - Info? See Membership Tab]
In a suspenseful political drama, when a reclusive railway worker finds millions spilled on the tracks and turns it in to the authorities, a PR exec for the Transport Ministry uses him as a diversion from a corruption scandal. Non-rated - From Bulgaria with English Subtitles 101 min.
Film Review & Commentary
I In Ken Lough’s newest, I Daniel Blake, the disabled and unemployed craftsman finds himself caught up in an unwieldy bureaucratic system that only identifies human beings as case numbers to be processed; rather than human beings to be lifted up when the vicissitudes of life’s happenstances have dealt them more than a blow or two. Fortunately however, indifference is not impervious. Click on the image above to read the full review.
A review of "LOST IN PARIS." While the film-making team of Abel and Gordon don’t credit Chaplin directly as the inspirational source for their latest work, they readily acknowledge they are part of what they call the professional “actor-clown” tradition; with what they themselves dub as “burlesque comedy.” In this, their latest film, the dialogue is minimal; leaving facial expression and body movement to tell a tale that’s sheer comic delight. This was Mountain Shadow's selection for May, 2017. Click on the image above to read the review.