September was quite a month for 2018 films. I saw 2 or 3 new releases in theaters each weekend, plus I screened a bunch of films from this year’s Out On Film LGBTQ film festival here in Atlanta. Several of the new release films I saw this month might just make my end of the year list. There’s just so much good cinema all year round! I also hosted a silent film triple feature here at the Plaza Theatre, which was a dream come true. I’m hoping to do more of that in the next few months so if you live in the area do come out. As always, you can see everything I watched last month after the cut, plus I highlight some favorites.
May: You have no right to be jealous of me. Not after all the bullshit I’ve been through.
Eddie: We got a pact. Remember that?
May: We haven’t got anything any more.
Eddie: Is that right? How come you’re so excited?
May: I’m not excited!
Eddie: Yeah, you are. You’re beside yourself.
May: You’re drivin’ me crazy, that’s why.
Eddie: You know we’re connected, May. We’ll always be connected. That was decided a long time ago.
Irene Walsh: Pants and shirts are in the second. . . just, just throw them all into cardboard boxes. Forget the suitcases. Clark, can translate all that?
Mouth: Certainly Mrs. Walsh.
Irene Walsh: Oh, that’s wonderful.
Mouth: [in Spanish] The marijuana goes in the top drawer. The cocaine and speed go in the second drawer. And the heroin goes in the bottom drawer. Always separate the drugs.