Top Down: Rooftop Cinema
One of my favorite things in the summer
"It's recreating the idea of a drive-in movie night, except you don't have to park your cars, you can just unfold your blankets or set up your chairs," said Jessica Lyness, Northwest Film Center.
Movie: THE HUNGER
DIRECTOR: TONY SCOTT, UK, 1983
Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, and Susan Sarandon make a comely vampire ménage à trois in this steamy cult story of the undead from recently deceased director Tony Scott. John and Miriam Blalock (Bowie and Deneuve) are a New York City vampire couple for the ages, but John’s 200+ years are catching up with him. Miriam seeks help from a brilliant doctor studying the aging process (Sarandon), which leads to a memorable, erotically charged seduction scene in the name of eternity. Upon release, David Bowie dryly commented, “I must say, there’s nothing that looks like it on the market.” (97 mins.)
Cost: General Admission $9.00 $10.41 with fees (print at home)
You must by tickets at: http://www.strangertickets.com/events/7921165/the-hunger
Time: Doors open at 7 PM with food and beverages available for purchase from Gracie’s Restaurant, Portland Brewing Company, and Honest Tea and live music from local bands brought to you by Music Millennium. The music begins at 8 PM, and the movies start at dusk. Due to capacity restrictions, arrival by 8:30 PM is recommended.
Band: FOREIGN TALKS.
What to bring: Some seating is provided, but feel free to bring a chair, pillow, or blanket and a light sweater or jacket. Please, no pets or outside food or drink.