ATTENTION SINOPHOBES, SINOLOGISTS, SITUATIONISTS, MAO LOVERS, AND ALL FILM FREAKS!
René Viénet's rarely seen 1977 classic, "Peking Duck Soup," also known as "One more effort, Chinamen, if you want to be revolutionaries," will be screened for perhaps the second time ever in LA for the grand kick off of the Moving Theater's screenings of the filmography of René Viénet. Our Viénet curriculum will continue with such manic movie madness as "Can Dialectics Break Bricks?" and "The Girls of Kamaré," to be screened at a later date. Come on out and say tongue Mao!
we will also be having a BONUS screening of "Are You in a Bad State?" By Larry Law, author of the "situationist times" pamphlets, also rarely, if ever, screened in LA. This is the only NTSC copy of this film in existence, so far as I know, so this may be your only chance to feast your eyes ears and mind on this legendary English film by Larry Law.
The screening will take place at 7:30pm sharp on Thursday December 20th. You name the admission price. Proceeds go to proceeding with this fantastic new cultural contribution to our Lost Anglos!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP with your name and the number of people that will be attending with you for directions to our screening location.