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ONE-PO1NT-0 at NFB


What is Six Feet Under's Jeremy Sisto doing on BlogTO? Well, tonight at the NFB Film Thursdays, he and Debra Kara Unger (to name a few) star in a Sundance welcomed flick called One-Po1nt-O. Toronto-residing Marteinn Thorsson (born on the glam-island of Iceland) co-directed this super eerie thriller about a computer programmer (Sisto) trapped by his own paranoia when he's plagued by mysteriously empty brown packages, and a strange craving to drink lots an' lots of milk.

Intrigued? Check out the review on Film Threat.

By the way, the NFB has weekly "Film Thursdays" screenings followed by a discussion to get us engaged in the work of Canadian filmmakers. Given the recent lack of knowledge on all things Genies, I think this is a good start.

NFB MEDIATHEQUE ONF
150 John Street
Toronto, ONT
416. 979. 3012
6:30 and 8:30pm
Admission: $8/Adults, $6/Students/Seniors/NFB Members


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