Film update: El Sicario at Fountain; PCFF forms film club, adds ‘Rocky
The *Fountain Theatre* in Mesilla will screen *”El Sicario, Room 164″* the
El Paso-made documentary about a former Juarez cartel hit man, at 1 and
3:30 p.m. May 5.
Las Cruces’ *Molly Molloy*, co-author of the book “El Sicario,” will be on
hand, theater staff says.
Her co-author, *Charles Bowden*, may also appear. He’s written several
books on the border and is co-producer of the film.
“There are NO scenes of violence in the 85-minute film,” the theater’s *Jeff
Berg* said in a press release. “It is a fascinating monologue by the man in
*Variety* called the film, directed by Gianfranco Rosi, as “a minimalist
study in maximum violence.”
Tickets are $6, $5 for Mesilla Valley Film Society.
Theater officials suggest early arrival since the village will be having
Cinco de Mayo festivities nearby.
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