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Sometimes I Think About Dying

Sometimes I Think About Dying

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Sometimes I Think About Dying
Saturday, July 27, 2024 // 7:30pm
part of CineSizzle, a summer independent film series
The Lorraine Boccardo Theater
Escape the sizzling summer heat in July  by attending a curated film series featuring some of the most compelling independent films recently released. 

The Center For the Arts at Kayenta is proud to announce the return of the CineSizzle Independent Film Series over three weeks in July, with a total of 12 independent films on screen. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online at KayentaArts.org or at the door. A full CineSizzle pass is available at KayentaArts.org for $100, which includes a 2024/2025 season membership for Kayenta Arts Foundation ($50 value).

About the Film: 
Lost on the dreary Oregon coast; Fran finds solace in her cubicle; listening to the constant hum of officemates and occasionally daydreaming to pass the time. She is ghosting through life; unable to pop her bubble of isolation; when a friendly new coworker; Robert; persistently tries to connect with her. Though it goes against every fiber of her being; she may have to give this guy a chance. Director Rachel Lambert and team craft beautiful cinema for this delicately told story of love for the socially awkward and emotionally challenged. The film is made all the more human by its lovely cast; most prominent in the penetrating eyes of lead actress/producer; Daisy Ridley; and the caring smile of lead actor; Dave Merheje. SOMETIMES I THINK ABOUT DYING is an unexpected fable on the virtues of living.(2024)

Director: Rachel Lambert

Cast: Marcia DeBonis, Parvesh Cheena, Dave Merheje, Daisy Ridley

Runtime: 91 minutes, this film is rated PG-13.

https://kayentaarts.org/portfolio/sometimes-i-think-about-dying/

 

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07-27-2024 @ 07:30 PM to
07-27-2024 @ 09:00 PM
 

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