Thursday, July 9, 2009

Reality Bit, Huh?

Posted By on Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 11:51 AM

summerscreen_realitybites.jpgSo, thanks to the several thousand of you who braved the long bathroom line at Turkey's Nest (we'll have port-o-potties by next week's Evil Dead II screening, promise) to come to eat, drink, listen to music, and then settle in and watch Reality Bites at last night's Summerscreen kick-off.

Reality Bites being a movie very close to my heart, it was really rewarding to see several thousand people being as into it as they were; the whole experience, really — people inside and outside the chainlink, sneaking in or not sneaking in food and drink — was pretty exciting and made The L Magazine's collective heart grow three sizes with pride. You can check out photos on our Facebook page, or, if you're lazy, wait for Andrea to post a slideshow right on this here blog; if you took any pictures yourself, let us know with a comment, an email or a Tweet.

See you next week...

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