I tried to catch it three times previously in Brisbane, but the stars just wouldn't line up for me session wise and I had to catch another movie instead.
But last Thursday I had a ticket to see Germaine Greer give a talk down in Byron Bay and decided it would be best to drive down to Byron from Brisbane early and hang around to avoid getting caught in the peak-hour(s) rush on the freeway.
I thought I would head down to Byron Bay in time for lunch and see if any decent movies were playing at the Brewery.
|'A Star is Born' in Byron Bay last Thursday at the Pig House Flicks|
|My vegetarian Jackfruit burger, fries and dark ale lunch at Byron Bay|
I mentioned Greer's talk in this post -
Talking Hypocrisy, Skepticism and AustraLIEns Being Fake?!
|Front row at the Flicks on Thursday|
|I looked across the front row to see a piano was in the theatre|
I thought at the time that surely the scriptwriters of ASiB were aware of the celebrity hangings that have happened since
Chris Cornell's death, but apparently the film started shooting the month before Cornell hung himself.
"Principal photography began at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2017."
Let Me Drown: Chris Cornell and the Siren
|The Pig House Flicks piano viewed from the front row|
The park founder in Westworld is named Ford.
The park doesn't manufacture cars, but humans."
|'Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real', April 1st, 2018|
Bluesfest Easter Sunday 2018: A Fool's Journey with Something to Crow About?
Synchromysticism, stars and music?