12/23: 45365 at CMA



45365 is a movie about Sidney, Ohio, but it really could be about any Small Town, U.S.A. The documentary by native Ohioans Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross took home the Best Documentary Feature award at SXSW 2009 and garnered nothing but praise when it was first shown in Cleveland earlier this year. Catch it this time and follow small-town life and the people who inhabit this city outside of Dayton (barely 20,000 live in Sidney). From football to crime, families to political leaders, experience an intimate portrait of this sleepy, and not-so-sleepy, midwest town through the eyes of two guys who grew up there. 45365 screens at 7:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art (11150 East Blvd, 216.421.7340). Tickets $6-$8. — Vince Grzegorek


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