Fellow Film Club Members & Movie Buffs:
Tonight is the night, our first Spring film discussion night.
Our April early Spring theme is “Disaffected youth–the price of angst.”
The DVD films that will be discussed are:
FIVE EASY PIECES (1970)
Directed by Bob Rafelson @ 98 minutes.
The film stars Jack Nicholson, Karen Black, Billy Green Bush, Sally Struthers,
Susan Anspach, & Ralph Waite.
REBELS OF A NEON GOD (1992)
Written & Directed by Ming-Liang Tsai @ 106 minutes.
The film stars Chao-jung Chen, Chang-bin Jen, Kang-sheng Lee.
Synopsis: This is a unique film, shot in a very stylish cinematic style, with
compelling and mesmerizing visuals. It is a story about petty criminals in
Tapai. One of them flirts with a girl at a roller rink, and offers to give her a
ride home on his motorcycle. A minor traffic incident leads to a completely
“A strong disturbing film.”–the Village Voice
Tagline: What time is it there?
The film won several international awards as Best Film.
The theatrical release, that screened at the Grand Cinema was:
ON THE ROAD (2012)
Directed by Walter Salles @ 124 minutes.
The film stars Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kirsten Stewart, Kirsten Dunst,
Amy Adams, Alice Braga, & Viggo Mortensen.
Synopsis: This is Jack Kerouac’s generation-defining tale of a young writer
who meets a free-spirited couple, and decides to take a road trip with them
across the country. Nothing could have fully prepared him for the people he
would meet, and how this would significantly influence him.
This film was the “Official Selection” at the Cannes Film Festival.
Tagline: The best teacher is experience.
You do not have to be a member to attend our meetings. We welcome everyone who is interested in film, serious cinephiles and novices alike, to join us this Wednesday for what promises to be a lively discussion.
The discussion is held at the Center for Spiritual Living, located at 206 North J Street, on the corner of J & Division. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the discussion begins at 7 p.m. It is held in the sanctuary, so no food or beverages are allowed. Film discussions are the backbone of our Club, when everyone has a chance to share how they felt about the monthly film choices.