Since the original meetup at the Coolidge has filled up I've decided to host a second meetup for tonight's 7:05 showing at the Kendall. I would recommend that you purchase your ticket in advance.
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I'm glad that everyone found the film worthwhile and enjoyed the discussion afterwards.
0 · May 20, 2013
The movie seemed to have many tricks up its sleeve. It was intriguing, and so was the discussion after.
1 · May 19, 2013
The movie was fascinating and the conversation afterward even better....
1 · May 18, 2013
A really intetesting film in so many different ways. Great discussion afterwards. Thanks to Stan for organizing.
Great. BTW, this Kendall Meetup is listed twice. Don't know if everyone will look at both sets of messages.
I've also made reservations at Tommy Doyles for 9:00 p.m. for the post film discussion.
0 · May 18, 2013
We'll plan on meeting in the lobby after the film. I should be wearing a Boston Red Sox cap and will be holding a red "Meetup" sign.
I'm so glad to have a chance to meet with you all after all... Where will we meet after the movie?
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Boston has many venues such as the MFA, HFA, Brattle, Coolidge Corner, and local libraries offering movies which demand more from the audience than the typical Hollywood fare.
We view the selected film and then go to a nearby restaurant to discuss. Sharing thoughts and ideas from the multiple perspectives gathered, we learn from each other and also have some fun.
The goal of the group is to create a community for people who are interested in film and with that in mind, please RSVP with consideration for others.
As is our custom, we meet near the front row at the movie's conclusion. The organizer will hold a Meet-Up sign to make it easier to find us.
A great way to see interesting and challenging films that always lead to discussions which add a depth of understanding that makes each experience memorable.
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