Happiness in 35mm

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Multiple dates through February 14
Grand Illusion University District (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
$8 - $11

Your internet besties (former Stranger staff writer Jas Keimig and former editor Chase Burns) will introduce the February 9 screening of Happiness, which has no recent home video or streaming release, as part of their ongoing project Unstreamable. Burns and Keimig have written "more than 350 (!) blurbs and reviews about offbeat, forgotten, and otherwise unobtainable pieces of cinematic history" (Matt Baume), and the project has since blossomed from the Scarecrow Video blog column into a live screening series. Dark comic misery master Todd Solondz's Happiness, screening here in 35mm, is a testament to his ability to entangle the darkly disturbing with the somehow hilarious. Plus, Philip Seymour Hoffman is in it (RIP), which is my favorite reason to watch anything.

by Lindsay Costello

This event is recommended by The Stranger, our sister site. See more of their picks here!

Event Location

Grand Illusion

1403 NE 50th St Seattle, WA 98105 Venue website

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