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Cream of the Crap 5: Hard Ticket to Hawaii

Tue, July 2 / 7 pm
Directed by Andy Sidaris
1987, USA, 96 min

Are you tired of the same old Cream of the Crap? Well, have we got the fix for you! This time, Cream of the Crap will treat you to a Bechdel test-passing, high-octane offering full of badass women of action – at Cinematheque! Join us for a special presentation of Andy Sidaris’ gender subverting sun-soaked trash classic when Cream of the Crap collides with Restoration Tuesdays. Don’t miss this screening as Hard Ticket to Hawaii will get the full Cream of the Crap treatment, complete with cash bar, drinking games, trivia, giveaways, live commentary from your favorite Crappers, and a special Skype conversation with Producer Arlene Sidaris!

Sponsored by Lunchmeat.

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