Love the Bomb at Goodrich Quality 16

. September 1, 2016.
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During the height of the Cold War, with tensions about atom bombs at an all-time high, visionary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick made a film about the precarious balance of power between the U.S.S.R and the U.S. After reading the novel Red Alert by Peter George, Kubrick was inspired to create Dr. Strangelove or: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. One of the best political satires of the century, the black comedy remains hilarious even if its references have aged — anyone looking to spoof today’s political climate could learn a thing or two about how to turn a bleak outlook into comedy.

2pm | Sunday, September 18 and 7pm | Wednesday, September 21
$12 | Goodrich Quality 16 | 3686 Jackson Rd
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