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Rounding up the Usual Suspects
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This morning our friends "K" and "M" arrived at our house and gave "J" to the Egyptian to see We Art the Radical Monarchs. J and I had already seen it, way back at a May 6 press screening, but we thought it would be great for M, so J took them to see it. J said that both M and K liked it quite a bit.

After the film, they returned here, and I went to the Egyptian for As the Earth Turns, one of two 1938 films of that title. This silent film was found in the home of the late film-maker by his family, and restored locally, with a new original score. A family member and the composer of the score appeared at the screening for a question-and-answer session. The film was good, in spite of some rudimentary special effects.

Next up, J joined me at the Egyptian (in a nick of time) for the SIFF Centerpiece Gala film Late Night. It's a good comedy, with a solid dramatic side, in spite of a false note near the end.

I proceeded to the DAR Rainier Chapter House for the gala party, and J stayed at the Egyptian for the Australian comedy Swinging Safari. She said it got a lot of laughs from the audience, but it was a bit too lowbrow for her tastes.

Meanwhile, "T" had an evening with one of his favorite visitors, "L".

J and I arrived home pretty late, and talked with L for a while before wishing her a safe drive home.

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