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Uncomfortable Brunch presents Animal Lover Triple Feature at Will’s Pub
February 3, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 10:30 pm$10 – $12
Valentine’s Day is a holiday that brings out strong emotions, both positive and negative, in a lot of people. So we thought we would use our February screening to show the stories of love and lust not often explored.
We will be showing our first triple feature. Three documentaries on bestiality.
Yes, that’s right. This may go down as the most tasteless month we have ever done (and we have shown Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom). But hear us out. These films all still have serious merit.
Due to the length of this program, doors will still be at 1pm, but the show starts at 1:15pm.
Malcolm Brenner worked as a trainer at a Florida amusement park in the 70s. During that time as an animal trainer he struck up a rather intimate relationship with a dolphin.
A look at the life of an Enumclaw, Washington man who died as a result of an unusual encounter with a horse. Beautifully shot and surprisingly tastefully told. This film manages to balance a rather upsetting story with grace.
Dudes in Columbia fuck donkeys. A lot. Daryl Stoneage came down from Canada to get to know the locals and find out why this is a custom that is literally taught to each generation. Absolutely shocking but also a little funny, this is unlike any documentary you’ve ever seen (we hope). This is the one that will be pushing the boundary of good taste for us.
warning: unlike the other films this month, this film does, in fact, show men having sexual intercourse with animals. No penetration is shown, but it is could be too upsetting for some viewers. We are showing this last for that reason.
This month’s menu, prepared by Mr. Danny Alvarez of The Nook will be up soon.
Framework Craft Coffee House will be on site to provide craft coffee and tea to take care of all of your caffeine needs.
Each month brunch is at Will’s Pub where we will enjoy the most pleasant of weekend social activities… brunch.
We then juxtapose that with the most unpleasant social activity… watching an academically important but ridiculously uncomfortable art film that every film lover SHOULD watch, just doesn’t necessarily WANT to watch with a group. It is fun.
Tickets are available at:
$10 in advance/$12 at the door.
Doors and preshow at 1:00pm, movie at 1:30pm – 21+ – Happy Hour Drink Specials (Mimosas and Bloody Marys aplenty!)