CIFF Debut of The Sax Man is Completely Sold Out


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The CIFF world debut of The Sax Man, a film about Cleveland street musician Maurice Reedus Jr., has completely sold.

According to the CIFF site, there are no tickets left for any of the three screenings on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

Folks who weren't lucky enough to score a seat, will have to be sated by watching the trailer on a loop or by reading our December interview with film director Joe Siebert until additional screenings are announced.

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