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January 24, 2009

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Anna, I'm so glad I saw this post; I didn't realize it was playing at the DFT (which, in addition to showing lots of great films, may be the darkest movie theater I've ever been in). We caught the matinee today and *whoa* - that one is going to stay with me for awhile. Definitely worth seeing on the big screen, and I had very similar reactions as you describe. Sort of glad I didn't see the 9:30 show.

Oh, I'm real glad you got to see it, Nora! I hear you about the timing of the show. My viewing got out at 9 pm, and I walked back to my apartment in a cold snowy dark landscape that looked a lot like the movie. Only two blocks, but spooky as all get out. I walked fast.

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