We're in a cinematic dead-zone where nothing new worth seeing is opening in movie theaters here in New York (I know outside of NYC this is also known as "the time when everybody else gets to catch up on the awards-bait that we've already had for weeks") so my only plans for an In Theater Experience this weekend...
... is seeing Paul Schrader's 1985 film Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters on the big screen thanks to The Japan Society. Any fans of this film? I saw it once a very long time ago at a too tender age and I don't think I was mentally prepared for it, so I'm looking forward to giving another go - I think a big screen and a rapt audience of fellow cinephiles should be just the trick.
Anyway have a good weekend, everybody!