The Winton Library offers a great selection of foreign and independent films on the last Monday of the month. This month: Chungking Express (PG-13, 103 min., 1994). See an independent review found on IMDB below:
Two stories, two lovelorn cops, two objects of desire: one a big-time heroin dealer in deep trouble with her boss after the cargo disappears, the other a seriously flaky take-out waitress who inadvertently gets hold of the keys to her admirer's apartment, all shot in a breathless kaleidoscope of color and hand-held camera work to create a mesmerizing portrait of Hong Kong in the 1990s. Written by Michael Brooke <[masked]>
Wikipedia entry: Chungking Express
Popcorn is provided. Also join us afterward for food and discussion at the Wintonaire, just a walk across the street from the library.