Saturday, May 03, 2008
I have followed the activities at the IFC Center in the west Village, for years. Today I had time for an extra film, so I went to IFC to see Mister Lonely. This is the story of a group of impersonators, living together on a commune. This film is poetic and beautifully shot. It is a touching story of living for your joy. There is also a side story about a group of nuns who find they can fly ... sort of. A wonderful film experience.
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