This Sunday, August 9 the North County Film Club will be presenting the film Wildlike. This film directed by Frank Hall Green is about Mackenzie, a troubled but daring teenage girl, sent by her struggling mother to live with her uncle in Juneau, Alaska. Although her Uncle seems like a supportive caretaker and friend, the relationship turns and Mackenzie is forced to run. Trying to make her way back to Seattle alone to find her absent mother, Mackenzie only winds up deeper in the Alaskan interior.
Lost and with no one else to turn to, she befriends a loner backpacker, Bartlett. The relationship between the two is what makes this film so appealing.
Please come and enjoy this wonderful independent film.
The film will show at 3 pm. It is recommended that you arrive by 2:30 to find a good seat.
The Quirky French Real Estate Laws
After seeing My Old Lady at our last film showing, I was really baffled about the real estate law (en viager) featured in the film. So, as usual, I did my research and found this site that explains all about it. Now I think I understand, but it still seems like a very weird way to sell a house. Read about it here:
Goodbye, Omar Sharif. We will miss you.