Let's have dinner, then watch the 1966 Turkish Western LAW OF THE BORDER. 71 minutes.
5-6:30 PM: DINNER. RUTABEGORZ. 221 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton, 92832
7-9 PM: MOVIE: $10. FULLERTON MUSEUM CENTER. 301 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton, 92832
"In order to keep his ailing son alive, an impoverished man agrees to sneak a herd of sheep across the border." 7/10, IMDb.
"Set along the Turkish-Syrian frontier, this terse, elemental tale of smugglers contending with a changing social landscape brought together two giants of Turkish cinema. Director Lütfi Ö. Akad had already made some of his country’s most notable films when he was approached by Yılmaz Güney—a rising action star who would become Turkey’s most important and controversial filmmaker—to collaborate on this neo-western about a quiet man who finds himself pitted against his fellow outlaws. Combining documentary authenticity with a tough, lean poetry, Law of the Border transformed the nation’s cinema forever—even though it was virtually impossible to see for many years." CRITERION COLLECTION.
WILSHIRE PARKING STRUCTURE. 114 E. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, 92832
Street parking exists but please read all signs to avoid tickets.
Contact Michael the day of the event: 714 four seven one 6913