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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

SIFF 2007: Tuesday Highlights

posted by on June 12 at 14:47 PM

The Stranger’s recommendations for every slot in the festival continue below and at


Skip the early matinee. You actually already skipped the early matinee. It was about interior design.

Neptune, 4 pm. We didn’t get to review it, but Slant Magazine says Euphoria trades in “sumptuous visual beauty,” though the characters are a little thin.


Early evening is a tossup: The Scandinavian Falkenburg Farewell (Bradley Steinbacher calls it “startling” and “wholly original”) at the Egyptian, 7 pm or the Indonesian musical Opera Jawa (Lindy West calls it “gorgeous, frightening, freakishly weird”) at SIFF Cinema, 6:30 pm.

Opera Jawa

Pacific Place, 9:30 pm. Charles Mudede recommends Sons, a sort of Norwegian Little Children.

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Hmm, that guy in the gold suit in up to his knees reminds me of someone.....

Posted by Fnarf | June 12, 2007 3:09 PM

Does Fnarf have multi-colored clones?

Posted by Vooodooo84 | June 12, 2007 3:19 PM

No, those are Pyramid people at a recent practice for the Fremont Solstice Parade this Saturday.

Only the priests wear gold undies - masons like me wear white.

Posted by Will in Seattle | June 12, 2007 3:29 PM

per recommendation: saw sonner last night. it was a great film, and i hope more people attend the next showing. the director was on hand as well, and is a very likable person.

Posted by infrequent | June 13, 2007 9:46 AM

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