Leave Your Job and Watch a Movie.

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Friday’s line-up at the San Francisco Film Festival promises a thoughtful experience worth leaving your job early. Here are three suggestions, with notes from the festival organizers:

 

THOSE WHO ARE FINE

ThoseWhoAreFineThrough striking framing, intense angles, fragmented scenes, and amusing conversations that at first seem to be unrelated, Those Who Are Fine weaves together stories of a young woman at a telemarketing company who takes advantage of the elderly by convincing them to give her large sums of cash. April 13, 2018, 1:30 p.m. Roxie Theater

THE CHILDREN ACT

EmmaThompson_previewThe masterful Emma Thompson delivers an exceptionally compassionate performance as Fiona May, a British High Court judge who is given a challenging case that asks her to balance deeply held religious beliefs and the state’s duty to protect children. April 13, 2018, 3:00 p.m.  YBCA Screening Room

TRE MAISON DASAN

TreMaisonTre, Maison, and Dasan are three boys who all share something in common – one of their parents is in jail.  April 13, 2018, 3:30 p.m.  Creativity Theater

With 46 countries represented, the San Francisco International Film Festival is taking place April 4-17 in a variety of venues in the City (Castro, Dolby, Roxie, and other,) and at the BAMPFA in Berkeley and Grand Lake Theater in Oakland. Get your tickets now because these films quickly get Sold Out.


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