Sorry for late notice. I recently read an intriguing review of this film then realized that this might be the last night out in theatres in Tampa.
If you respond to this event, one of the questions will have my cell#.
Please take it down. I won't have internet access after I leave for work in the morning. (I don't have a smart phone and work blocks Meetup.com)
I plan to get a quick bite at the Taco bus on Franklin Street a few blocks south of the the theater after work then head up to the movie around 7pm. Calling or texting me will be best bet in getting in touch tomorrow. After the Taco Bus I will meet anyone coming to the left of the concession stand, by the wall tapestry.
From Tampa Theatre website.
Under The Skin [masked]hr 48min / Rated R / Sci Fi - Drama - Thriller
Thu, May 8 - 7:30pmAs a newly formed alien being, Laura (Scarlett Johansson) lacks both understanding of and empathy for the victims she seduces on the streets of Glasgow, Scotland. But as she begins to encounter kindness and compassion among the human race, Laura begins to change. Based on Michael Faber’s 2000 novel, UNDER THE SKIN has earned Jonathan Glazer a British Independent Film Award nomination for Best Director. Following the success of SEXY BEAST in 2000 and the eerie BIRTH in 2004, Glazer makes no apologies for waiting 10 years to release his next film. “It was very easy to spend that much time on the film,” he says. “I wanted to keep going until we were going to make something that in itself was a kind of experience that matched the perspective of the character.” The resulting critically acclaimed experience is not so much character- or plot-driven, but “a dark and magical tale; one that’s filled with slow and hypnotic sequences that are punctuated with stark and shocking imagery.” Told largely through Laura’s point of view, it’s a look at the human condition through alien eyes that has been called “both beautiful and alarming.”