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Miss Interpretation

Grindhouse is a double feature from directors Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. The production lasts a full three hours and consists of Planet Terror, a feature directed by Rodriguez, and Death Proof, directed by Tarantino. Also included are three previews whose releases are only a false threat: Machete, directed by Rodriguez, Werewolf Women of the S.

Men’s answer to What Love Is sterotypical

You may think love is difficult to define, but there is an answer, according to the film What Love Is, directed by Mars Callahan. Just wait, guys - this stuff is rich: in monologues, gratuitous edits, psychoanalytic clich‚s and mundane visuals. The film is currently out in theaters and stars Cuba Gooding Jr.

Miss Interpretation

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, is a force to be reckoned with. This 1994 film, directed by Stephen Elliott, tells the story of two drag queens and a transgender woman who traverse the Australian outback in a school bus converted into a cushioned caravan, complete with a tanning bed.

Second time around:

"Take 2," the current exhibit at the Mills Art Museum, reflects and builds on works from artists and movements past, such as Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray and early American simplicity.

Musical features S.F. characters

John Doherty In Absolutely San Francisco, four San Franciscans get stranded on a cable car that has broken down on its way to Fisherman’s Wharf…