Sassy 80s flick Sticky Fingers screened in LA
From 27 February 2013 To 27 February 2013Address
Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
Sticky Fingers is a 1988 film directed by Catlin Adams and starring Helen Slater and Melanie Mayron.
It received something of a mixed reception on the event of its initial release and was not a massive hit.
However, it has gone on to enjoy a second live as a cult favourite, with cinema buffs falling for its joyous and shamelessly of-its-time 1980s aesthetic and sassiness.
It tells the story of two girls who are trying to find work as musicians while struggling with everyday concerns like paying the rent.
On February 27th, the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles will be hosting a special screening of this overlooked flick as part of LGBT film festival Outfest.
Entry costs just $10 plus $1.34 in booking fees - and the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles could be the ideal place for visitors to the city.
This is because the accommodation is located a short, five-minute drive or cab ride away from the venue.
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