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Cheap Movie Nights Message Board › New Meetup: Movie: Trouble the Water / Dinner: Lifethyme Natural Market (buffet)

New Meetup: Movie: Trouble the Water / Dinner: Lifethyme Natural Market (buffet)

Oceanside, NY
Announcing a new Meetup for The NYC Social Justice Movie & Dinner Meetup!

What: Movie: Trouble the Water / Dinner: Lifethyme Natural Market (buffet)

When: September 9, 2008 7:15 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: On Tues, Sept 9th let's head to the IFC Center (323 6th Ave @ W 3rd St) to see the 7:40pm screening of "Trouble the Water".

After the movie, we'll head to Lifethyme Natural Market (410 6th Ave bt 8th/9th) to pick up vegetarian food at their buffet table and discuss the film in their seating area upstairs. It will be a brief discussion since it'll be on the late side when we get out of the film.

Note: restaurant serves meat but we respectfully ask that you order vegetarian when out with this group.

Please be prepared to:

* Update your RSVP at least 24 hrs in advance (day-of "Maybe"s will be considered "No"s)
* Arrive by 6:00pm and look for familiar faces
* Pay for your food/drink

Optional, yet *highly recommended*:

* Buy your ticket in advance from the IFC Center to save time and guarantee yourself a seat. We're heading to the 7:40pm screening on Tues, Sept 9th.

An intimate and galvanizing portrait of survival during the onslaught and aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, TROUBLE THE WATER centers on Kim and Scott Roberts, a couple from the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. Stranded in the city with their families and neighbors, they bought a camcorder the day before Katrina hit. As the disaster unfolds, they bear witness to two cataclysms: first, the destruction of their world by the hurricane, and then the abandonment and neglect of the authorities.

Winner, Grand Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival

NR, USA, 2008, 93 minutes.

A film by Carl Deal and Tia Lessin
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