Its time for our next Cinema Supper Club, and this time the theme is “Reproduction”.
First at 7:30 we have the all-time classic example of horrific Hollywood mother-daughter relationships in “Mommie Dearest.” Faye Dunaway stars as the larger-than-life Joan Crawford in a film that is either one of the worst movies ever made, or work of genius and the Grand Dame of campy cult classics. “No wire hangers.... ever!!”
Then at 10:00 we are showing the 2003 German comedy “Goodbye Lenin”. This charming film about the lengths a family will go to keep their frail mother from learning the Berlin wall has fallen while she was in a coma stars one of today’s top German actors Daniel Brühl. Winner of 15 European awards and nominated for the Golden Globes and the Oscars, this is a film that proves Germans can be funny... sometimes.
We will be feasting on a special selection of German delicacies including authentic wursts, rosenkohl, delicious potato salad, pretzel brötchen and more. Dinner is $15. Admission is $10. Door opens at 6:30 for cocktails and dining. To prepay & reserve your spot send your Paypal “gift” to [email protected]
This is our last Cinema Supper Club before we go on hiatus for the month of June. But you are all invited to our Annual Burningman Party June 9th here at Switch. Its party not to be missed. Save the date! Details to follow.