Sunday, August 03, 2008

Tell No One

Sunday closings foiled a few of the errands I planned before my movie today. This had me on the east side of Providence 40 minutes early for the matinée of Tell No One. Thankfully, there is a lovely restaurant next to the movie theater that serves a tasty Bloody Mary (is there any other kind?), so I had a place to linger with my magazine. Two women came in after I'd been there about 10 minutes, ordering cocktails as well. I heard them tell the bartender they were going to the movie. They engaged me in their conversation about film, and invited me to sit with them during the movie. The twists and turns of this French thriller had me guessing right up to the final scenes. I was glad to have people to sort things out with when the film was over. Well worth seeing!


2 Dollar Productions said...

This sounds like a fun experience all the way around. I just read a review of this one over the weekend that made me want to check it out (hadn't heard of it before then). I think it's based on a book by Harlan Coben.

Linda said...

2D~This is a solid thriller, I'll bet the novel is a good read.