Up To Date's Indie, Foreign & Doc Critics' 'Three To See,' August 28-30
Explore the world of David Foster Wallace. Find out if you really can tell someone's sexuality by their voice. Jump into the fiery rhetoric as it flies between Gore Vidal and William Buckley. Up to Date's indie, foreign and documentary critics have found a wide variety of options to spice up your weekend.
Listen To Me Marlon, not rated
- Documentary using audio tapes of Marlon Brando talking about acting and his career in Hollywood
Best of Enemies, R
- Documentary about 1968 televised debates between political pendants Gore Vidal and William Buckley
End of the Tour, R
- Rolling Stone reporter follows writer David Foster Wallace during a book tour.
The Diary of a Teenage Girl, R
- BelPowley gives a star-making performance in a profane and profound comedy about a 15-year-old's burgeoning sexuality.
Do I Sound Gay?, not rated
- A funny and a little painful documentary about whether gay men like David Sedaris and Dan Savage "sound gay"
Digging for Fire, R
- Ensemble comedy from Joe Swanberg about a marriage in need of a moral inventory.