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|Film Screening: Yesterday Was A Lie w/Chase Masterson and dir James Kerwin in attendance|
|Date||Friday October 03|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|600 4th St, West Sacramento - corner of 4th & F in West Sac.|
|Organizer/Author||Movies on a Big Screen|
|screenings [at] shiny-object.com|
|Address||600 4th St, West Sacramento|
Friday, Oct 3
Location: 600 4th St, West Sacramento (corner of 4th & F in West Sac).
Yesterday Was A Lie 7:00 PM Admission: $5 or $7 -- at time of this posting, we are not yet certain - check http://www.shiny-object.com/screenings/ for updates
With Chase Masterson and director James Kerwin in attendance!!
A groundbreaking new noir film, "Yesterday Was A Lie" is a "fresh and stylish tale of intrigue and metaphysical darkness" (Ain't It Cool News). Award-winning writer/director James Kerwin "offers up a magnetic force with endless repeat value" (Film Threat) that teases the boundaries of reality.
Kipleigh Brown "exudes Bacall" (Slice of SciFi) as Hoyle, a girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon who finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius (John Newton). But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists as events around her grow increasingly fragmented... disconnected... surreal.
With a sexy lounge singer (Chase Masterson, Star Trek: Deep Space 9) and a loyal partner (Mik Scriba) as her only allies, Hoyle is plunged into a dark world of intrigue and earth-shattering cosmological secrets. Haunted by an ever-present shadow (Peter Mayhew, Chewbaca in the original Star Wars Trilogy, of course) whom she is destined to face, Hoyle discovers that the most powerful force in the universe — the power to bend reality, the power to know the truth — lies within the depths of the human heart.
"Like Blade Runner before it, 'Yesterday Was A Lie' manages to meld film noir and science fiction into a fresh new world unlike anything we've seen before." (iF Magazine).
Also starring Nathan Mobley, Warren Davis, Megan Henning, Jennifer Slimko, and famed radio personality - and host of NPR's "All Things Considered" - Robert Siegel.