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Link for "The Closet" Independent Film Night!

From: Lynda
Sent on: Sunday, May 10, 2009 2:34 PM
Oops -- forgot link: meetup.com/independent-film-nights

Our next once-a-month Independent Film Night will be on Saturday, June 20! (Read further for film synopsis.) Because of limited space, the event is limited to the first twelve individuals who RSVP Yes. If you don't get a seat in time, feel free to sign up on the waiting list to receive an e-mail in case of a cancellation. Those who RSVP will receive the Downtown Tempe address and directions for free parking right on site over e-mail the day before.

There is no cover charge and free parking, but we ask that you bring an hors d'oeuvre (as opposed to munchie) for twelve and a bottle of wine to share. If you RSVP Yes and later find you cannot make it, please change your RSVP to no so someone on the waiting list can be invited in your place. Please arrive between 7:30 and 7:50 (7:30 please if you need to heat an hors d'oeuvre). The movie will begin at 8:00.

So bon appetit in both the mental and culinary realms!

The Closet is a French comedy, starring Daniel Auteuil as Pinon, a man who has to come out of a closet he never went into! Pinon is a reserved, timid man who lives a lonely, bland and uninspiring existence. When he overhears that his company plans to lay him off, he is devastated. His neighbor Felix (played by one of my favorite actors, Gerard Depardeaux) comes up with a plan to save his job. He places the company in a politically correct freeze by anonymously ?outing? Pinon as gay. He knows the company will no longer dare to lay Pinon off, because it would appear that they were doing so because he was gay. Of course, nothing goes as planned? This is one of the best comedies I have ever seen, and I am a tough critic when it comes to comedy.

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