They Live

This event is in the past
Every day, through Aug 4
Central Cinema Central District (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
$12
The reason why John Carpenter’s They Live is so important today (it was made in 1988 and concerns a working-class man who discovers sunglasses that when worn reveal the world is ruled by aliens that want humans to mindlessly consume and pollute their planet—yes, just like the rich people in the real world) is it presents us with the big question: Do people really want to know the truth? Does Donald Trump’s America even care about the truth? Would wearing special sunglasses that expose Trump to be a liar and exploiter even change their minds? By the look of things, the answer has to be no. They Live is still a great film, though. by Charles Mudede

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1411 21st Ave Seattle, WA 98122 Venue website

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