When: Wed., Jan. 14, 8 p.m. 2015
The PFS pays tribute to the controversial filmmaker Larry Clark (who directed such unsettling and provocative films as "Kids" and "Wassup Rockers") with a "Mystery Screening" of what we believe to be his finest film to date. The exact title of the movie will not be revealed before showtime, so we hope that adventurous movie lovers will take a chance, buy a ticket and trust our judgment! We can tell you that this movie caused great uproar when it was initially sown at a small number of international film festivals, and while many critics felt it was one of the finest and most challenging movies of that year, others thought it was a shocking and obscene piece of trash. As a result of the extreme and ultra-realistic subject matter depicted in the film, no distributor anywhere in the world would agree to release the picture and it essentially vanished without a trace after its brief festival run. The PFS has acquired a complete, uncut print of the film, and will proudly show it - exactly as it was shown to stunned festival crowds. This movie is highly recommended to those who appreciate bold and daring filmmaking and is not recommended for those who are easily offended. Due to the graphic subject matter, it is definitely recommended for mature viewers only.