Join us at Pickford Film Center for Cinema Thyme — a unique merging of fine culinary prix fixe menu from Ciao Thyme, designed especially for each film in the series. Cinema Thyme films are carefully chosen for the best mix of flavor, culture, and art – Guests will enjoy a light reception before the film, perfectly timed treats throughout the screening which coincide perfectly with noteworthy plot points, and when the film is over: a formal, sit down dinner in the lobby of Pickford Film Center, complete with curated wine selections and the excellent service Ciao Thyme is known for.
DINNER RUSH (2001)
Thursday, April 26
Films begin at 6:30pm, but please join us at 6pm for appetizers and drinks
Tickets: $110 for Pickford Film Center members, $125 for non-members. Tickets are no-longer sold by a lottery, they are available on a first-come, first-served basis so book now! Seating is very limited, only 60 tickets are available.
About the movie, Dinner Rush:
One unlucky evening, Louis Cropa (Danny Aiello), a part-time bookmaker, discovers that his restaurant has become a hotbed of conflicting characters. In addition to having to please a whiny food critic (Sandra Bernhard), Louis must fend off a hostile takeover from a pair of gangsters (Michael McGlone), to whom his sous-chef (Kirk Acevedo) is in debt. Further, Louis has an argument with his son (Edoardo Ballerini), the star chef, whose culinary creativity has brought success to the business.
Watch trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oE-HFYGduU