Saturday, February 2, 2013

Feb 2/3: Morricone Youth and Django Country Brunchin' Pre-Show


Country Brunchin’ gets down to our Spaghetti Western roots with the original DJANGO and a live Pre-show all Spaghetti Western music performance by MORRICONE YOUTH!

Mosey on over to Nitehawk the first weekend of every month to get your Southern-style music, movie, and food fix with Country Brunchin’! Each Country Brunchin’ event begins with a thirty-minute set of the sweet live sound of local country bands and is then followed by the most high octane, emotionally moving, six shootin’, car chasin’, down and dirty movies all set below the Mason Dixon line. And did we mention the food? We’ll be serving up a heart-breaker of a Southern menu with items like Chicken Fried Steak every week so tasty you’ll think you died and went to Publix.

Band starts playing at 11:30am, 30-40 minutes before film begins.


Feb 2 at 11:30 am
Feb 3 at 11:30 am
Rating: NR/R
Length: 87 minutes
Director: Sergio Corbucci
Year: 1966
Language: Italian with English Subtitles
Age Policy: 18 and up

Considered one of the most violent films of its time, Sergio Corbucci’s Django is all about revenge and being the ultimate bad-ass. Django, played by the striking Franco Nero, ominously carries a coffin behind his horse as he saves a woman named Maria from bandits, seeks revenge for his wife’s murder, and steals gold from a Mexican fort. The film is worth seeing alone for the cemetery gunfight scene involving Django using the cross of a deceased friend as a trigger substitute for his totally smashed hands.

Thanks to Rocket Rob Patton for the flyerage.

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