Wednesday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Monty Python's Life of Brian
as part of Cafe Inquiry's
Skeptic SINema Series
Join us for popcorn and a FREE
MOVIE in the Steve Allen Theater! For the next several months, Cafe Inquiry
will be your host for major motion pictures with a secular, skeptical, or
topical bent, followed by discussion.
You'll be entertained and challenged--and maybe you'll learn a little
something about film history, too! Ed Rampell, film
critic/historian and author of Progressive Hollywood: A People's Film
History of the United States, will introduce the films and lead
This month's film will be Monty
Python's Life of Brian.
He was born in
Bethlehem, in a stable....
that guy. His neighbor, Brian. Hapless Brian Cohen gets
mistaken for a messiah, and that leads to all kinds of
trouble in this riotous and controversial comedy. Join us
for heresy and popcorn as CFI presents Monty Python's
Life of Brian. Always look on the bright side of life!
Film critic/historian Ed Rampell will introduce the
movie and lead a post-screening discussion.
Directed by Terry Jones
Written by & starring:
Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry
Jones, Michael Palin
Running time: 94 mins. Rated R.
Intro, film screening: 7:30
Discussion: 9:15 - ~10:00pm
Cafe Inquiry is our monthly casual get-together where you can have a coffee
and chat with other people on various topics of science and religion. A
guest speaker opens the discussion with a brief intro to the subject and
then the floor is open in the theater lobby. On film nights, the theater
will be used. All are welcome!
Free admission • Plenty of parking •
Donations to help keep this program running are
Held in the Steve Allen Theater & lobby
The Center for Inquiry-Los
4773 Hollywood Blvd.
• Hollywood, CA 90027
2 blocks west of
Vermont at Berendo •