October 6th, 2017. (Again!)
Literally half an hour earlier I'd been about a ten minute walk from Leicester Square, at the temporary Embankment Cinema for the BFI London Film Festival premiere of 'The Meyerowitz Stories' with Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler and Emma Thompson. But with it being Friday, and with it being London Film Festival, and because sleep and getting home and to bed on time is overrated....
Here's how it went down:
Catch ya indeed. We're four (wait... three...?) days into twelve days of BFI London Film Festival and I need sleep more than I need just about anything right now, up to and including a new (several) bottle(s) of Saaremeaa Estonian Vodka because cool as it is, I'm almost finished with the next best thing in a bottle on my fridge, and that's even harder to get. And these are my problems, but just for once adding new things to the Archive of Movie Premieres isn't one.
Until next time!
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