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Ghost World with Pop-Up Record Fair

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  • Sun, Jun 9

Run Time: 111 min. Release Year: 2001

Doors & Record Fair at 3:30 p.m.; Film at 4 p.m. Tickets $15.
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Step into the whimsically offbeat world of Ghost World, where the unconventional reigns supreme and the soundtrack is as iconic as the characters themselves. Directed by Terry Zwigoff, this cult classic film follows the misadventures of Enid and Rebecca, two sardonic teenage outcasts navigating the murky waters of post-high school life. 

Come early for a pop-up record fair inspired by the film, where vinyl aficionados and cinephiles alike can revel in the nostalgia of a bygone era and celebrate the enduring spirit of individuality.

ON SCREEN: Ghost World

2001. Directed by Terry Zwigoff. Runtime: 111 minutes. Rated R.

Terry Zwigoff’s first fiction film, adapted from a cult-classic comic by Daniel Clowes, is an idiosyncratic portrait of adolescent alienation that is at once bleakly funny and wholly endearing. Set during the malaise-filled months following high-school graduation, Ghost World follows the proud misfit Enid (Thora Birch), who confronts an uncertain future amid the cultural wasteland of consumerist America. As her cynicism becomes too much to bear even for her best friend, Rebecca (Scarlett Johansson), Enid finds herself drawn to an unlikely kindred spirit: a sad-sack record collector many years her senior (Steve Buscemi). With its parade of oddball characters, quotable, Oscar-nominated script, and eclectic soundtrack of vintage obscurities, Ghost World is one of the twenty-first century’s most fiercely beloved comedies.

ON STAGE: Record sales from Super-Electric and more


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