The sun was pinking the mountains when I left for the 4pm showing of The Silent Accomplice. Seeing it on the big screen made a big difference. I've adjusted my original added this caveat to my original post and Avenue Marie wrote in the comments a very moving account of her experience with the movie.
Then we enjoyed the world premier of 22:43.
In between movies I ran into Elias Matar, the director of Ashes, who's up here for the Saturday 10pm showing at the
Anyway, here's Elias:
[More on Ashes here, after I saw the film. Keep scrolling down after you link.]
|Shane and Craig over my water glass at the Bear Tooth|
|Shane's skull after the 1st, before the 2nd operation|
It was a very moving film, well made, which made - how often does this point have to be made? - the point that in the end, we are all equal human beings, deserving of at the very least tolerance, but really respect.
We skipped the the party at Mad Myrna's and I was still up way too late blogging.