Not feeling up for a concert? In more of a movie mood? If you are, be sure to check out the St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) going on tomorrow (11/10) through November 20th.
One of the feature films is 96 Minutes, directed and written by Wash. U. alumna Aimee Lagos, showing Friday, 11/11 at 9:30pm at the Tivoli in the Delmar Loop. Here’s the lowdown:
“The film chronicles a series of tense events that unfold in real time as four young teenagers are slammed together in the face of a terrifying act of violence and provides a frightening look at how easily situations can escalate in the heat of the moment.”
The trailer looks pretty intense. Evan Ross (son of Diana Ross) won Breakthrough Performance of 2011 at SXSW for his role. Sound interesting? If so, be sure to hop over to the Tivoli on Friday.