This is a first for me, as I don't go to the movies nor do I watch television, But I have become so entranced with Bill Cunningham's life and work that I decided to explore the logistics of going to see a new independent film about him that will be shown in March in New York City.
Here is a link to information about the film.
So I go online and what do I find out? You have to register to buy tickets for Film Forum! Is this the modern way? It is highly unlikely that I will ever go again, if I get there this one time.
BTW, I'm sure Audrey is falling off her chair if she is reading this, because she always wants me to go into the city when she visits and I am always only half-convinced it is worth all the fuss of budging from my humble abode. I am not like that Sussex County farmer who grew old without ever seeing the ocean from the Jersey Shore, but I'm close when it comes to traveling.
Now I am thinking I will just take my chances that this film will come out on Netflix some day (and that I will be able to watch a whole movie on Netflix without falling asleep at least twice).
Meanwhile, can anyone explain why a person has to register just to buy a movie ticket to Film Forum? I don't want to join a club, I just want to see one indie film.