When the virus came along, our local movie theatre began to offer streaming movies. Part of the cost of the film went to the theatre.
And oh, what wonders we've seen.
Once Were Brothers - about the band called, well, The Band. Did any of you buy Music From Big Pink? The film was just great. It was narrated by Robbie Robertson with lots of old film and footage. Excellent even if you weren't into the music then.
The Booksellers - about the antiquarian book biz in New York City. Absolutely fascinating. These are passionate folks.
Up From the Streets - about New Orleans music. Perfectly wonderful.
Sometimes Always Never - I think Bill Nighy may just be my favorite actor ever. This is a quiet, moving film that we loved.
Never Too Late - wonderful film about older men and a woman having "happy endings". One of my other favorite actors is in it - Dennis Waterman from The Sweeney, On The Up, New Tricks. He was born the day before I was.
Next up is Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things. So looking forward to this.