Easter turned out to be a very nice day. I’ve just walked around my Seattle neighborhood of Fremont to surmise the current situation, take the pulse of the zeitgeist, and just get some fresh air. There’s a flyer I’ve seen a number of times and I thought I’d share it with you. Apparently, there’s this neighborhood cat, Grey, who loves to take strolls and just wander about. But he keeps getting picked up by well-intentioned people who turn him in to the local shelter! I had friends who were constantly compelled to pick up neighborhood pets they were certain they were lost only to find out that these pets were simply doing their own thing, not lost at all. Anyhow, as the above flyer makes clear, Grey, and his owner, have been dealing with this for quite some time and so a flyer went up pleading with people to just leave well enough alone. Here his Grey’s message in its entirety:
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If you’re in New York, you won’t want to miss a double feature of Alex Karpovsky films, “Red Flag,” and “Rubberneck.” One is funny; the other is not funny and a lot scary. The double feature will take place at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center starting February 22nd, complete with opening weekend Q & As with Mr. Karpovsky.
Mumblecore fans know and love Alex Karpovsky for a long list of films. His fan base continues to grow as part of the hit HBO series, “Girls.” He also just completed a role in the upcoming film by the Coen Brothers, “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
And, of course, “Red Flag” and “Rubberneck” will also be available on VOD starting February 19.