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Mahler on the Couch - Friday Sep. 21

From: Jims
Sent on: Saturday, September 8, 2012 9:47 AM
Hi everyone,
It sounds like the group had a great time critiquing the US-trade imbalance as well as the Death by China documentary.  Thanks Drew for organizing and also thanks to Rob for the photos.
Please note that there were  5 no-shows - which was about 30%, still too high.   (if you are curious who didn't follow through on their RSVP commitment, it is at the bottom of this link:
If you appreciate dance, and even if you are ambivalent about it, go see this film.  It is amazingly creative and quite a bit of fun.  Sunday at 5 - begins at the Falafel café.  Thanks Tanya for organizing it.
We don't see animated films very often.  This gem of a film (it is G-rated) kicks off the series of the films of Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) at the Cinematheque.  It shows next Sunday 9/16 at 6:30 PM. 
Mahler on the Couch
Our group has seen a few films about Freud / Jung.  This one is the true story of when the famous composer visits Freud for help on his wife's infidelities.  The soundtrack is supposed to be quite good.  Friday September 21 at 7:30 PM.
If any of these events look interesting to you, let me know and I can get you squared away to schedule one or more films.
The Chagrin Documentary Film Festival is opening October 3.  If anyone is interested in organizing this, let me know.
Another regular location for viewing films is the Lakewood Public Library.  Terry Meehan usually picks quite unique classics, typically on a Saturday night.   For example, next Saturday is the classic "Wagon Master".   Cost is free.   If anyone is interested in organizing this event, let me know.
Also, check this link for a list of all film Festivals and movie organizations in town (under menu option "Pages")
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