When: Sat., July 11, 4 & 7 p.m. 2009
In this Sundance award-winning film, 13-year-old Ernest Chan lives and works at a sleazy hourly-rate motel on a strip along a desolate Minnesota suburban biway. Misunderstood by his family, a mysterious stranger befriends him, teaching the boy the ropes of growing up. This quirky, funny indie film is filled with strong emotion and drama with characters you won’t soon forget. Free popcorn. Tickets and memberships can be purchased at the door. The theater opens 15 minutes before the show and seating is limited to 50 persons.
Price: $2/members, $5/non-members