Aug 112011
 
These ladies told me this was the best seat in the house.

These ladies told me this was the best seat in the house.

Last night was gorgeous! GORGEOUS! Nacidas Para Sufrir (Born to Suffer) was playing at Harrison Park courtesy of the Latino Cultural Center, and Team Garrett was there to hand out free Chicago Mix to movie fans. There are more movies coming up — watch the Chicago Latino Film Festival Facebook Page for announcements.

If you were unable to attend, check out pictures from the event on our Facebook page. Popcorn and movies? It’s a great combination!

We handed out 350 servings of Chicago Mix last night.

We handed out 350 servings of Chicago Mix last night.

Aug 102011
 

Born to Suffer Want to see a movie in the park tonight? Nacidas Para Sufrir (Born to Suffer) is playing at Harrison Park (1824 South Wood) and Garrett Popcorn will be there to give away Chicago Mix to movie-goers. The weather forecast is in the mid-70’s — a great evening to be outdoors!

This 2009 Spanish film shares the tale of a group of women (a sweet old lady, her religious niece, her servant and the latter’s disabled mother), all so generous and selfless that they almost compete with one another as ferocious rivals to see who can help most and make the greatest sacrifice for the others’ well-being. And we all know the well-known saying: ‘The road to hell is paved with good intentions’.

The movie is free to the public, courtesy of the Latino Cultural Center. The movie starts playing shortly after sunset.

Jul 212011
 

Born to Suffer Tonight at the Waukegan Park District (1911 N. Sheridan Road in Waukegan), Garrett Popcorn will offer free Chicago Mix to viewers of Nacidas Para Sufrir (Born to Suffer).

This 2009 Spanish film shares the tale of a group of women (a sweet old lady, her religious niece, her servant and the latter’s disabled mother), all so generous and selfless that they almost compete with one another as ferocious rivals to see who can help most and make the greatest sacrifice for the others’ well-being. And we all know the well-known saying: ‘The road to hell is paved with good intentions’.

The movie is free to the public, courtesy of the Latino Cultural Center.