It was a surreal tale about parents who isolated their children and they grew up believing all sorts of things like that the salt shaker is a telephone, and that cats were evil creatures that would eat them alive.
After that I thought about getting into the Leaves of Grass screening, that had Ed Norton and stuff. But the badge line looked so long it seemed doubtful that a lowly film pass holder like me can get in.
But it's times like this that I LOVE Austin. As an Austinite, I get to buy a film pass... or a music wristband if I wanted to, and see these things cheap!
And yesterday I sat next to people who were doing a screening later that night, and on the right was an older man who used to do a show in New Orleans called Explosion Now!