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Independents Night

New film series steers clear of Brett Ratner flicks.

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A trio of Jim Jarmusch films screens as part of B-Side Liquor Lounge’s latest outing of Indie Movie Night. Every Monday through summer, the club will unspool kung-fu, blaxploitation, and Quentin Tarantino movies. On tap tonight are three films directed by Akron native Jarmusch: the Western Dead Man, the Neil Young doc Year of the Horse, and the talky Coffee and Cigarettes. The screenings take place in the club’s enclosed patio. “That’s the cool thing, because the patio is so secluded,” says marketing director Brad Petty. “It’s surrounded by buildings, and you’re completely hidden. It reminds me of bars in New York -- with this weird, funky patio in the middle of nowhere.”
Mondays, 10 p.m. Starts: April 23. Continues through Oct. 31, 2007

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