Wednesday, March 06, 2002

Music for the Movies
Tonight at the Coolidge Corner in Brookline, "The Strangler's Wife," a new feature-length 35mm movie by Cityscape Films with executive producer Roger Corman screens. Local band Cul de Sac scored all of the music for this film -- except a cool "live" appearance in the film by Rock City Crime Wave.

Outside of the music, "The Strangler's Wife" is eminently local. The film was shot mainly in Jamaica Plain, and it's loosely based on the story of the Boston Strangler. A soundtrack recording will be released at some point in the near future. Here are the screening details:

"The Strangler's Wife" (35mm, 2002)
By Cityscape Films and Roger Corman's New Concorde
Soundtrack by Cul de Sac

7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 6
Coolidge Corner Theatre
290 Harvard Street, Brookline, Mass.

Flip a coin if you're torn between this and the Neal Pollack signing at the Picnic.

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