Sat Oct 14 4:15PM | FREE thanks to the generous support of the Helis Foundation
Mon Oct 16 3:30PM | Member $10 General $13
During the daylight hours, strip malls are the habitat of errand-runners, diners, and soccer moms, but as night falls they quickly give way to young, bored security employees and tired bartenders closing up shop. Betty has just joined their ranks, patrolling the strip and breaking up adventurous couples, but the night shift is really messing up her social life. That is, if she had one to begin with. As long, uninspiring nights pass she finds a friend in Danny, the aforementioned bartender who has fallen on rough times. When signals get crossed it is unclear whether it’s friendship or more, but as it so often goes it’s sure to be awkward either way. Wexford Plaza pictures life by the fluorescent-pooled light of suburban nights. -AL
Filmmaker scheduled to attend
Preceded by the short film “Troll” (13 min).
Saturday Screening is FREE thanks to the generous support of the Helis Foundation
PRD: Matt Greyson, Harry Cherniak, Joyce Wong; WRI: Joyce Wong DP: Maya Bankovic; ED: Darby MacInnis