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Films & Schedules - HELLO, MY NAME IS DICK LICKER

HELLO, MY NAME IS DICK LICKER

Sat, Nov 10, 2012
at 8:45 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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HELLO, MY NAME IS DICK LICKER

DIRECTOR: BRADY HALL - WASHINGTON (SEATTLE)

(NAR) “Rich Winthrop is a likable if slightly neurotic high school student whose mom is engaged to an effete and personality-deficient man with the last name Licker. Realizing that his life is about to be scarred by rebranding with the name ‘Dick Licker,’ he enlists his smart-aleck friend Chad to devise a plot sabotaging his mother’s marriage. Writer/director Brady Hall takes potty mouth to an Aaron Sorkin-esque level as Rich and Chad exchange barbs slathered in dizzyingly complex references to human anatomy and derogatory putdowns. In the course of executing their despicable plot, they enlist the help of a psychotic ex-Special Forces vet and a reprobate lawyer. Embracing and lampooning the archetypal high school teen movie, Hall crafts a laugh-out-loud comedy with a memorable name.”—Local Sightings (75 mins.)

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SEARCHING FOR YELLOW
DIRECTOR: IAN CLARK / LA GRANDE, OR
(NAR) Voted one of Filmmaker Magazine’s Top 25 New Faces of Independent Film, Clark’s latest is “the story of a graffiti artist going through a breakup who uses spray cans to literally paint flowers, making nature his canvas. (Clark was also inspired by the story of Antonioni painting trees white while shooting RED DESERT.) In the ultra-restrained, pared-down YELLOW, Clark’s quiet, lingering shots of Oregon’s sleepy towns and countryside are resonantly, hauntingly lovely, simultaneously intimate and expansive.”—Nick Dawson, Filmmaker Magazine (25 mins.)

Whitsell Auditorium    

Interests: Narrative.

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