Last week I took the girls to see Chimpanzee in the theater. I went to the first showing because I was nervous about crying and talking and hoped that no one else would be in the theater “just in case”. Well there were two other people in the showing and they were not with kids. I was nervous about every little sound the girls made. Most were laughter but there was an occasional cry when they wanted more popcorn and I didn’t have it ready. I recently received an e-mail about a SCREAM showing of Small, Beautifully Moving Parts at Cinema Village (12th St & University), where kids and babies are welcome. Unfortunately, I am out-of-town during the showings or I would be there. If you don’t have a babysitter and want to see the film pack up your babe(s) and enjoy a mid-day movie on Tuesday May 15 or Thursday May 17 in the company of other mothers where whimpers, cries and gurgles blend right in. (from Promotional E-mail)
Stroller parking limited; please consider slinging it.
About: When technophile Sarah Sparks (Anna Margaret Hollyman) becomes pregnant, her uncertainties about motherhood trigger an impulsive road trip to the source of her anxiety: her long-estranged mother living far away and off-the-grid. A SXSW premiere and winner of the Sloan Feature Film Prize, Annie J. Howell and Lisa Robinson co-direct this comic coming-of-parenthood tale for the internet age. (from Small, Beautifully Moving Parts ) Film opens tomorrow, May 11th. If you don’t want to go with your child(ren) more movie times and tickets can be found HERE.
More info can be found at www.smallbeautifullymovingparts.com (Film is not rated; family friendly with a single swear word.)