Hark, Our Exclusive Premiere of the Too Late Featurette

Posted on April 12, 2016, 8:23 am
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This Friday, Seattle’s longest running movie theater, Grand Illusion Cinema, will host a showing of Too Late, with director Dennis Hauck in attendance. John Hawkes and Crystal Reed star as the troubled private detective and the woman he’s been charged with finding. The film is shot entirely on 35mm and consists of five 20-minute long uninterrupted shots in Los Angeles’ twisted, dirty streets.

By now, we’re all habituated to seeing digital films projected with digital projectors, so it’s a jarring and special experience to see a real live film, and even more special when the director of said film is there to answer all your questions.

If I haven’t sold you yet, feast your eyes on this never before seen featurette about the film.

Dennis Hauck will be at the Grand Illusion for the 6:45 and 9pm viewings on opening night, Friday April 15. You can visit Grand Illusion Cinema for a complete list of showtimes.

Grand Illusion Cinema Presents: Too Late

When: Friday April 15, 6:45pm and 9pm

Where: Grand Illusion Cinema (1403 NE 50th St)

Molly Laich is a writer and media fan. You can find her at mollylaich.com and doghatesfilm.com and on twitter @MollyL

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