I'm planning to go see the Italian movie "Gomorra" tonight at the Landmark movie theater in Midtown (Atlanta).
A friend told me the theater has extended the run of "Gomorra," which I think had been slated to end on Thursday.
That's a great sign!
Here are the details from the theater's site:
(3:45) 7:05 10:05
Landmark Theater Midtown Art Cinema
931 Monroe Drive
Atlanta, GA 30308
Director Matteo Garrone's epic, mesmerizing tour-de-force about Naples' infamous Camorra was a critical sensation at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Grand Prize. A sweeping drama with documentary-like realism, Gomorrah explores the mafia's vice-like hold on all aspects of life in the regions of Naples and Caserta (where the film was shot), as well as its creeping influence on international business and government. The film weaves together five stories of ordinary people forced to reckon with the heavy hand of the Camorra, where every decision, great or small, is a matter of life and death. Garrone's (The Embalmer) ambitious and powerful breakthrough film sheds light on a shadow organization that rules by fear and unsparing violence, tacitly fostered from above and abroad by greed, corruption and complicity. Based on Roberto Saviano's explosive international bestseller, which made him a target for mob threats.