By Eric on 2006-12-14

Cinema nights. Going to the movies doesn’t always have to mean going to a theater, spending on parking, junk food, and the movie itself. It can mean, sitting on sofas, talking before and after the film. It’s also not important to have a film on a huge screen either, a television works, we all watch shit on youtube anyway, so a TV is fine. Plus look at the beer bottles, you can’t do that just anywhere.

Cinehous (that’s Pryor’s film deal name) presented The Double Life of Veronique. A 1991 film by the dude who made the Red White and Blue flicks. In the above shot, Pryor gave a talk about the film including why he liked it and why it’s important. Although I’d pick stupid movies for my cinema nights, the arty classics have their place too.