DREAM HOME at last year when it was showing at The Tribeca Film Festival. On our quick 12 block walk the rain came and went. Thunder stormed and purple lightning streaked the dark gray sky. We made it to the theater very early. A friend of mine from the blogospher/podcast-o-sphere (?) was able to score Wei and I 'special seating'. We made contact with the event coordinator who hooked us up. With some time left before the screening Wei and I toured the East Village for a bit. Stepping in between rain drops and the heavily hipstered young village denizens and being wowed by the crackling thunder and flashes of lightning.
blogger; he writes for the VCinema blog, and since we were both 'special' we got to bypass the line and get in first.
RED CLIFF, at the Asia Society. She did the post screening Q&A. Jeff Yang is an Asian American Culturalist writer who has also written a book on Hong Kong cinema, Once Upon a Time in China.
Lucky Cheng's, a drag queen cabaret, located in the East Village. You know you are in for quite a show when a drag queen gets thrown into the mix. The screen flashed to life and the 3D glasses were put on. I was ready for boobies!
THE FRUIT IS RIPE 33D. Boobies and 3D. A match made in my blue heaven.