Crispin Glover comes to London
Crispin Hellion Glover is returning for a two-day stint at The Phoenix. On both nights, Glover will be performing a one-hour dramatic narration of his profusely illustrated books followed by a screening of one of the films from his ‘It’ trilogy, a Q&A session and a book signing. Rosy Hunt will review the whole experience. Crispin’s show has consistently sold out throughout the tour so book now to catch the show at the Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley.
Forward (sic) to IT IS FINE by Steven C. Stewart (With original spelling)
This movie is not really about sex or even a cereal killer. No. This movie tends to look deep inside the heart and mind of a severally handicapped young man. (A handicap starts out from birth. A disability happens later on in life). A very intelligent and ambitious 34-Year-old man who had to fight for everything all of his life. After finding the woman of his dreams, a woman he could really love, then to have that woman reject him was more than he could stand. It was enough too drive him over the edge.
This movie is to show that these people can have feelings too. Feelings of good and ill. And when circumstances become more than they can take they too can go over the edge.
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