Looks like the AFI Dallas International Film Festival 2007 (and, gosh, that's not gonna get annoying to type over and over again) is finding an audience for at least one film. This release just arrived in the inbox, which I am checking whilst watching the deluge down here in Austin:
Due to overwhelming response to the Centerpiece Screening of Inland Empire we have added an additional screening on Saturday Mar 24 at 11pm at the Magnolia immediately following the prior screenings. Tickets will be available on www.afidallas.com.
Guess everyone's read this review of David Lynch's latest, not this one. But it is nice to see Dallas' film fetishists are turning out in full force to pick up tix for a three-hour pic about...about...what the hell is it about again? --Robert Wilonsky
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