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Foul: FREE Movie Screening At Littlefield

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Littlefield in Park Slope is a cozy, hidden gem for special events. Art hangs on the walls, a small bar is open for visitors and there’s a stage area for performances and whatnot. The space can seatt up to 100 people, give or take.

This Saturday, January 14th, Littlefield will be screening “Foul“, an independent film directed by Adam Perri. The movie’s synopsis goes as follows: “Foul is about Angie and David, a couple whose relationship comes under attack when a disgusting odor invades their apartment. An unpleasant problem at first, the awful smell soon becomes unbearable. They realize they can’t simply ignore it. As they search to find the source of the stench, they are forced [to] confront aspects of themselves and their life together they would prefer to leave alone.”

“Foul” writer, Aaron Jacobs, will be on hand as well as Katie Tucker who plays Angie in the film. The event begins at 3pm and is only open to those of you that are 21 and over. That might be the only downfall to this FREE event.

Foul: Movie Screening
Saturday, January 14th at 3pm
622 Degraw Street (Between 3rd & 4th Ave.)
[Park Slope]

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My father came, my mother saw...and I conquered. I encourage children to do drugs, I buy alcohol for teenagers, and I drink beer with the homeless. In my spare time, I attend art galleries for the FREE booze while rubbing elbows with modish elephants. I also hammer six-inch nails into small penises. Stuart knighted me as Broke-Ass King of New York. You've been warned.