- Saturday, December 27, 2008
I Don’t Hate Las Vegas Anymore
Part of Vegas Highs, Vegas Lows
Date + TimeSaturday, December 27, 2008
Phyllis Wattis Theater
Caveh Zahedi, 1994, 70 min.
I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore is a real-life documentary comedy about a filmmaker, Zahedi, who takes a road trip to Las Vegas with his father and half-brother in an attempt to prove the existence of God. He posits that if God exists then all he has to do is roll the camera and let God direct the movie. But it isn't going in the direction he would like, so he attempts to force God's hand by trying to persuade his father, half-brother and a heart-sick sound recordist to take Ecstasy with him. Either hilarious, indulgent or most likely both, Zahedi’s film won the prestigious Critics’ Prize at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
Admission + Ticketing
$5 general; free for SFMOMA members or with museum admission (requires a free ticket, which can be picked up in the Haas Atrium). Double features: films offered on the same date are included in one ticket. Tickets are available at the museum (with no surcharge) or online.Buy tickets
Image: I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore (still), 1994; photo courtesy Caveh Zahedi
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